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2019 Sponsorship Registration

Oct 12, 2018
5:55 pm

We’re thrilled to have you join us as a 2019 sponsor of Utah ASLA. Please select your desired sponsorship level and click register now to pay for your sponsorship online.   Click Here to view Sponsor Benefit Levels  (more…)

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World Landscape Architecture Month Walking Tour

Apr 26, 2019
11:00 am

World Landscape Architecture Month Walking Tour Join ASLA Utah to celebrate World Landscape Architecture Month WHEN:  Friday April 26th at 11:00 am  WHERE:  Central Point Station to Sugarmont   TOUR ROUTE: Walking Tour Around Central Point Station (30 Minutes) Alex White, South Salt Lake Planning Division Manager  Planning Urban Future Arts/Breweries/development Meet back at Central Point (more…)

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Emerging Professionals Breakfast with Wendy Miller

May 16, 2019
8:00 am

Emerging Professionals Breakfast May 16th, 8:30am   If you are a working professional with 1-7 years of experience, come enjoy complementary breakfast with the future president of National ASLA.     President Elect Wendy Miller will share a few thoughts:  – Importance of licensure – Volunteering in the design community as a young profession – (more…)

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2019 ASLA Utah Conference on Landscape Architecture — “Get Outside”

May 16, 2019
7:00 pm

2019 ASLA Utah Conference on Landscape Architecture — “Get Outside” Landscape architecture is a profession rooted in the practice of creating experiences for people. Whether it’s trying to inject nature back into a hostile urban environment or aligning a trail to guide people to a spectacular vista – we as landscape architects design experiences. The (more…)

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Lunch & Learn with Vortex

Jun 26, 2019
12:00 pm

Lunch & Learn Sponsored by Vortex Sustainability By Design As splashpads continue to hold the #1 spot for most commonly planned park addition, it is essential to approach their design, maintenance and lifecycle through the lens of sustainability. Successful splashpads must account for not just environmental, but also social and economic implications—the three pillars of sustainability. (more…)

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