Monthly Archives: September 2015

Pioneers of American Landscape Design®, by The Cultural Landscape Foundation

The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) is a non-profit that helps people understand and value Landscape Architecture and its practitioners. In January 2015, the organization launched a project called the Pioneers of American Landscape Design® to bring focus to history’s greatest Landscape Architects and Designers. A wonderful feature of this project is the Oral Histories component, […]

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Events with Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy

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Fall 2015 Urban Hike: The Northern Waterfront

The School of Landscape Architecture made the most of a foggy morning and ventured out into the mist for the Third Annual Fall Urban Hike! Led by Director Heather Clendenin, the group explored San Francisco’s Northern Waterfront. Starting from the school’s home at the historic Cannery Building, students toured a range of legendary Landscape Architecture […]

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Rhinoceros – special educational pricing

Rhinoceros – special educational pricing “Now is the time to upgrade” Haven’t upgraded to the latest Rhino and/or add-ons? Now is the best time to do it! Only until stock lasts Rhino v5 Educational for Windows $235 $265 save $30 Same features as commercial at special educational pricing Rhino v5 Educational for Mac $116 $136 […]

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ASLA NCC Lecture Series: Historic American Landscape Survey (HALS)

On September 17th, Chris Pattillo, FASLA will talk about the Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS). In 2000, ASLA joined with the National Park Service and Library of Congress to create the HALS program which is modeled on HABS – the American Building Survey created in 1933. HALS is a documentation program that recognizes and records […]

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UC Berkeley Urban Design Lecture Series

Urban Design Lecture Series at UC Berkeley: This series explores a wide range of current topics in Urban Design. Fridays, 1:00 – 2:00, Wurster Hall #106

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The ASLA-NCC South Bay Lecture Series – Free For Students!

Join The ASLA Norther California Chapter for a panel discussion with three Bay Area professionals who have very different and successful careers. Jeffrey Miller, Katrina Majewski and Chip Sullivan will discuss what worked and what didn’t as they each pursued unconventional career paths and adapted to the vagaries of the economy. The discussions will end […]

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