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ASLA Online Learning: First Half of 2022 in Review

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ASLA members, committees, and Professional Practice Networks (PPNs) organize and present webinars throughout the year, covering a variety of topics from a wide range of perspectives, from supply chain issues to business development. If you missed any of the live virtual presentations that have taken place recently, the recordings are available. Here’s the first half of 2022 in review:

The Year to Achieve: How to Grow Your Business1.0 PDH (LA CES/non-HSW)
Recorded on February 1, 2022
FREE for ASLA members

Lots of Lots: A Discussion of Policies, Trends, and Opportunities for Landscape Architects and Vacant Land Stewardship1.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW)
Hosted by the Landscape—Land Use Planning Professional Practice Network
Recorded on March 29, 2022
$40 for ASLA members, $30 for Associate ASLA members, FREE for Student ASLA members

Adaptation Along the Edge: Best Management Practices for Coastal Resilience1.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW)
Hosted by the Sustainable Design & Development Professional Practice Network
Recorded on May 25, 2022
$40 for ASLA members, $30 for Associate ASLA members, FREE for Student ASLA members

What’s Behind the Supply Chain Disruptions in Landscape Architecture? 1.0 PDH (LA CES/non-HSW)
Hosted by Landscape Architecture Magazine
Recorded on June 16, 2022
$40 for ASLA members, $30 for Associate ASLA members, FREE for Student ASLA members

In addition to the webinars listed above that were recorded, a number of PPNs also hosted Zoom chats and open leadership team meetings exclusively for their members, including:

  • Children's Outdoor Environments PPN Zoom Coffee Chat: Budget Savvy: Doing More With Less
  • Campus Planning & Design PPN Zoom Coffee Chat: The College Campus as a Living Laboratory
  • Community Design PPN Zoom Coffee Chat: Evolving Trends in Community Design
  • Transportation PPN Zoom Coffee Chat: Face-to-Face: Making the Return to In-Person Engagement (see The Field for a recap!)
  • Parks & Recreation PPN Zoom Coffee Chat: Adaptation to Climate Change
  • PPN leadership team open houses were hosted by the Community Design, Environmental Justice, and Water Conservation PPNs.

To explore all upcoming ASLA webinars and past presentations, please visit You may access nearly 200 on-demand webinars available for professional development via, including the Free PDH of the Month webinar, for ASLA members only! Through July 31, we are featuring: Children's Heat and Radiation Exposures in Playgrounds and the Role of Bioclimatic Design - 1.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW) as this month's Free PDH.

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