Professional Practice Networks

Water Conservation

The Water Conservation PPN addresses a broad range of issues concerning water resources and the critical role of landscape architecture in water-resource planning, design, and watershed management.

The network examines historic and contemporary hydrological processes throughout the country, investigates relationships between built and natural environments, and discusses water-resource-management problems and potential solutions regarding conventional land-use development practices on projects of all types and scale. Greater focus is given to identifying and disseminating information related to current innovations in water conservation.

Topics of interest include: stormwater, water quality, water conservation, irrigation practices, landscaping, and habitat restoration, as well as management techniques in urban, suburban, and rural environments.

To join the Water Conservation PPN, please complete this form or contact ASLA Member Services at 888-999-ASLA or




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