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Are you excited for the ASLA 2022 Conference on Landscape Architecture?

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Are you getting excited about the ASLA 2022 Conference yet? We’ve already shared the exciting news with you about our keynote discussion with Dr. Ayana Johnson. More to come on this session. We’ve also shared the 120 education sessions divided into eight learning tracks and offering PDH and other learning credits.

Have you seen these field sessions?
Quantifying Climate Resilience in the Public Environment led by ASLA Northern California Host Chapter Trustee, Amy Cupples, ASLA, AICP, LEED AP. If you take this session you’ll learn innovative ways to incorporate resilient design into civic spaces, learn how to navigate a project to achieve sustainable design on a public budget, how to recycle local materials to create new landscapes that reduce waste and more.

Buzzing Through Pollinator Gardens led by Patricia Algara, ASLA of BASE Landscape Architecture, Inc., with Bonnie A. Morse, Beekeeper from Bonnie Bee & Company, Cesar Moran Cahusac, Executive Director with Honey in the Heart, Audrey Fusco, M.A. Geography, Native Plant Nursery Manager and Restoration Ecologist at Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) and Paul R. Kephart, ASLA Renowned biologist, restoration ecologist and expert designer of living architecture. Learn how to design for pollinators and see how ecological restoration and land stewardship practices can promote pollinator habitat in the urban, suburban, and agrarian environments.

Are you interested in Data?
The conference offers this great deep dive session Data Driven Design: Insights from the ASLA BIM Working Group.

There are so many areas of the ASLA 2022 conference to explore.

If you’re an ASLA Student member you can register for FREE!

But wait, there’s more you’ll save on registration by getting the Advanced rate if you register today or before September 21st.

Register now!

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