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  • Contains 20 Product(s)

    This innovative learning experience will provide the tools you need to add value to your firm and develop time-tested business development skills which can be used throughout your career. This multi-course virtual learning experience is a career development investment for practitioners looking to build their leadership capacity, add value to their firm, and develop transferable business development skills.

    This innovative learning experience will provide the tools you need to add value to your firm and develop time-tested business development skills which can be used throughout your career. This multi-course virtual learning experience is a career development investment for practitioners looking to build their leadership capacity, add value to their firm, and develop transferable business development skills.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Park Rx America (PRA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to decrease the burden of chronic disease, increase health and happiness, and foster environmental stewardship, by virtue of prescribing Nature during the routine delivery of healthcare. PRA works closely with managers of publicly-accessible land and water, as well as directly with healthcare providers and their respective organizations, to "make it easy" to prescribe parks and other protected areas to their patients real-time in the clinical practice setting.

    Park Rx America (PRA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to decrease the burden of chronic disease, increase health and happiness, and foster environmental stewardship, by virtue of prescribing Nature during the routine delivery of healthcare. PRA works closely with managers of publicly-accessible land and water, as well as directly with healthcare providers and their respective organizations, to "make it easy" to prescribe parks and other protected areas to their patients real-time in the clinical practice setting. 

    Learning objectives:

    1. Review health reasons to spend time in nature
    2. Learn how Park Rx America was planned, developed, and implemented at a "doctor's office."
    3. Review recently published data on Park Rx America.
    4. Summarize next steps for expansion and research of Park Rx.
  • Contains 12 Product(s)

    ​This year, DREAM BIG immersed students in design-centered strategies that address some of the most critical issues of our time - green infrastructure, equity in design, climate action, transportation for all, water and stormwater, and more. Together, we, along with our member community of 15,000 landscape architects, led attendees in interactive sessions that explore the future of landscape architecture and apply design techniques that can be aligned with interdisciplinary curricula.

    This year, DREAM BIG immersed students in design-centered strategies that address some of the most critical issues of our time - green infrastructure, equity in design, climate action, transportation for all, water and stormwater, and more.

    Together, we, along with our member community of 15,000 landscape architects, led attendees in interactive sessions that explore the future of landscape architecture and apply design techniques that can be aligned with interdisciplinary curricula.

  • Contains 16 Product(s)

    ​This year, DREAM BIG immersed students in design-centered strategies that address some of the most critical issues of our time - green infrastructure, equity in design, climate action, transportation for all, water and stormwater, and more. Together, we, along with our member community of 15,000 landscape architects, led attendees in interactive sessions that explore the future of landscape architecture and apply design techniques that can be aligned with interdisciplinary curricula.

    This year, DREAM BIG immersed students in design-centered strategies that address some of the most critical issues of our time - green infrastructure, equity in design, climate action, transportation for all, water and stormwater, and more.

    Together, we, along with our member community of 15,000 landscape architects, led attendees in interactive sessions that explore the future of landscape architecture and apply design techniques that can be aligned with interdisciplinary curricula.

  • Contains 6 Product(s)

    As a project manager, you have a million things to keep track of at any given stage. Effective project management keeps you focused on each step of the way, from beginning to end. Through this course series, you will learn how to develop core project management plan components to bring you, your clients, and the project team into alignment on resources, milestones, and budget.

    As a project manager, you have a million things to keep track of at any given stage. Effective project management keeps you focused on each step of the way, from beginning to end. Through this course series, you will learn how to develop core project management plan components to bring you, your clients, and the project team into alignment on resources, milestones, and budget.  

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Over the last decade, the interest in outdoor kitchens has continued to rise. This is reflected by the AIA Home Design Survey continuously naming outdoor kitchens as a key home trend. Outdoor kitchens add value to a home, extend living and entertaining spaces and brings the comfort of the indoors out. This course identifies current market trends for outdoor kitchens, the scope of products available, decisions to consider before starting a project and design guidelines you need to know to create outdoor kitchens your clients will want to use all year round.

    Sponsored by Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet

    Over the last decade, the interest in outdoor kitchens has continued to rise. This is reflected by the AIA Home Design Survey continuously naming outdoor kitchens as a key home trend. Outdoor kitchens add value to a home, extend living and entertaining spaces and brings the comfort of the indoors out.

    This course identifies current market trends for outdoor kitchens, the scope of products available, decisions to consider before starting a project, and design guidelines you need to know to create outdoor kitchens your clients will want to use all year round.

    Learning objectives:

    Through a review of an outdoor kitchen project from concept to completion, we will learn:

    1. product selection to meet a client’s outdoor cooking and entertaining needs;
    2. the professional specialties involved in an outdoor kitchen project;
    3. how to conduct a site assessment;
    4. basic outdoor kitchen construction techniques; and
    5. how to understand utility requirements
  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Landscape architecture strives to design an outdoor experience for the end-user while implementing sustainable measures to reduce or eliminate resource consumption. The more we study, implement, and validate sustainable design, the more we realize the interconnectivity of these elements not only within the site, but with society and the world around us. Water conservation in irrigation has always been a tenet of sustainability, but it also plays an integral role in heat island reduction, stormwater management, carbon sequestration, and equitable spaces. However, the impacts of manufactured products that we as practitioners specify are often overlooked and influence sustainability beyond the project boundaries as much as the design does within.

    How Manufacturers (That We Specify and End Users Rely On) Find Balance between People, Planet, and Profit to Achieve Sustainability

    Landscape architecture strives to design an outdoor experience for the end-user while implementing sustainable measures to reduce or eliminate resource consumption. The more we study, implement, and validate sustainable design, the more we realize the interconnectivity of these elements not only within the site, but with society and the world around us.

    Water conservation in irrigation has always been a tenet of sustainability, but it also plays an integral role in heat island reduction, stormwater management, carbon sequestration, and equitable spaces. However, the impacts of manufactured products that we as practitioners specify are often overlooked and influence sustainability beyond the project boundaries as much as the design does within.

    Through the context of landscape irrigation, we present an inside look at how a major landscape product manufacturer (Hunter Industries) uses their metric of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the production of irrigation infrastructure and why it matters to specifiers and end-users. We conclude our presentation with a major water purveyor in a drought-stricken region (Southern Nevada Water Authority) discussing why water conservation, sustainability, and CSR in irrigation are important to them.

    Hosted by ASLA's Water Conservation Professional Practice Network (PPN)

    Learning objectives:

    • Understand the interconnectivity of water conservation with other landscape architecture and sustainable design principles.
    • Learn from a leading water conservation industry manufacturer on how they view Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) through energy efficiency, material use, and waste management to help you make sustainable choices in specifications and design.
    • Think of questions for future projects to ask manufacturers such as community outreach, charitable contribution, and corporate culture when considering water conservation and other sustainable design goals.
  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    When we design with nature, we help communities become more resilient to climate change. Living Breakwaters and the Tottenville Shoreline Protection Project in Staten Island, New York City, demonstrate how coastal communities can adapt to rising seas and increasingly intense storms. These innovative projects, led by landscape architects, work in tandem to reduce wave action and beach erosion, create wildlife habitat, and enhance public recreation.

    Sponsored by The New York Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)

    This webinar is free to all. 

    When we design with nature, we help communities become more resilient to climate change. Living Breakwaters and the Tottenville Shoreline Protection Project in Staten Island, New York City, demonstrate how coastal communities can adapt to rising seas and increasingly intense storms. These innovative projects, led by landscape architects, work in tandem to reduce wave action and beach erosion, create wildlife habitat, and enhance public recreation.

    The built environment not only includes buildings and concrete infrastructure, but also landscapes, which are increasingly critical for adapting to climate change. Landscape architects are responsible for planning and designing these nature-based solutions that bring maximum benefits to communities.

    This dynamic panel with three leading NYC landscape architects will examine two projects that grew out of New York City’s response to Superstorm Sandy, which struck in October 2012. The storm was a wakeup call for the city to better prepare for the impacts of climate change. Sandy’s impact is understood to have been intensified by climate change -- higher ocean temperatures and sea levels may have contributed to the heavy rainfall and the stronger storm surge, which inundated parts of Staten Island and led to the death of several residents and billions of dollars in damage.

    In Staten Island, Living Breakwaters is currently being constructed in the Raritan Bay. The Tottenville Shoreline Protection Project will be built on the shore itself. The landscape architects leading these projects will explain why we need to re-imagine our coastlines for climate change and future superstorms and how to do it.

    Learning objectives:

    • Learn the importance of community involvement in resilience design decisions.
    • Understand how working with natural systems can provide multiple benefits in design, resilience, and habitat restoration.
    • Explore how a variety of landscape and engineering design solutions can work together to help communities adapt to the effects of climate change.
  • Contains 2 Component(s)

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  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    By now, we’ve all heard the news: Materials for landscape projects are hard to find, hard to price—and delayed, delayed, delayed. For the June ASLA Landscape Architecture Magazine cover story, “Your Stuff Is Coming (Someday),” Bradford McKee interviewed dozens of landscape suppliers, wholesalers, and manufacturers whose products and services are central to delivering completed landscape architecture projects. With the disruption in construction supply chains rippling across the globe, many designers are left to manage their own way around the missing parts and client expectations.

    By now, we’ve all heard the news: Materials for landscape projects are hard to find, hard to price—and delayed, delayed, delayed. For the June 2022 Landscape Architecture Magazine cover story, “Your Stuff Is Coming (Someday),” Bradford McKee interviewed dozens of landscape suppliers, wholesalers, and manufacturers whose products and services are central to delivering completed landscape architecture projects. With the disruption in construction supply chains rippling across the globe, many designers are left to manage their own way around the missing parts and client expectations.

    In this webinar, you’ll hear from industry leaders about how and why supply chain issues are affecting delivery and budgets, and what can be done to shield your practice. 

    Learning objectives:

    • Understand the multiple issues that are impacting the delivery of products and services for landscape architecture projects.
    • Develop strategies for managing supply chain issues and delivering projects. 
    • Hear from industry leaders about the manufacturing and shipping issues affecting product selection.