Monthly Archives: October 2015

Popular Posts from The Dirt – Fall 2015

The Dirt, ASLA’s blog, brings you the latest news on the built and natural environments. Each week, read four new posts on all the latest in landscape architecture, cities, transportation, and the environment. Here are 10 recent popular posts: Biomimicry Tools to Inspire Designers A Model Green Office in Vietnam U.S. Surgeon General: Every Community […]

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School of Landscape Architecture – Lecture Series

Join The School of Landscape Architecture will be presenting back to back lectures on Tuesday October 13 and Wednesday October 14, 2015. Tuesday  –  Terrence Lee will be talking about “Learning by working: from kiley to present“ Wednesday – Shima Rabiee will be talking about “New Methods in Design Representation“ When: October 13 & 14, 2015 Where: The […]

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The Six Things You Must Get Right To Grow A Tree

Many design issues impact the long term health of urban trees.  Join us to  hear Jim Urban, FASLA, talk about his 30 years of experience with urban trees and soils and present on the six essential elements to successfully grow an urban tree. Jim will discuss the design and planning decision, and the biological and arboricultural […]

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Design Competition: Due October 15

Imaginations is a design competition created and sponsored by Walt Disney Imagineering with the purpose of seeking out and nurturing the next generation of diverse Imagineers. It opens up the opportunity for students and recent graduates to showcase their skills and talents to Imagineering through a Disney related project. Walt Disney Imagineering is the unique, […]

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Landscape Architecture Students Take Part in Park(ing) Day 2015

Every year, since 2005 on the third Friday of September, PARK(ing) Day has made an impact on cities around the world. Global citizens, from artists to activists to landscape architects, temporarily transform metered parking spaces into “PARK(ing)” spaces: temporary public places. The purpose of Park(ing) Day is to make the public revalue their needs of […]

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