Water Conservation at the Annual Meeting

At the Denver Botanic Gardens image: Misty Faucheux via Flickr
At the Denver Botanic Gardens
image: Misty Faucheux via Flickr

The 2014 ASLA Annual Meeting in Denver offers a variety of intermediate and advanced learning opportunities for professionals interested in Water Conservation. Here are a few of the events to check out:

Friday, November 21

FS-004 South Denver’s Captivating Contemporary Country Estates
FS-013 The Elephant Gets His Way: Innovation at the Denver Zoo
FRI-A08 Water As a Medium: Infrastructure, Expression, and Collaboration at The Clark
FRI-B03 Bioretention in the Desert, You’re Joking Right?
FRI-C02 Old School Green Infrastructure from A to Z: Acequias to Zuni Bowls
FRI-D01 Artful Rainwater Design: Ideas on Green Infrastructure that Celebrates Rain
PPN Networking Reception

Saturday, November 22

Water Conservation PPN Meeting
SAT-B07 Stormwater BMP Performance: What Every Landscape Architect Should Know

Sunday, November 23

SUN-B06 The Allure of Water in the City: The Transformation of Four Urban Rivers

Monday, November 24

MON-A02 Designing Habitats with Technology
MON-B07 Kennedy|Greened: A DC Water Green Infrastructure Challenge Finalist
MON-B10 Behind the Scenes of Wetland Restoration: Critical Roles for Landscape Architects

MON-C08 Performance and Beauty in Affordable, Water-Wise Landscapes
MON-D03 Closing the Loop: Net-Zero Water Design

For Water Conservation PPN members and all Annual Meeting attendees with an interest in this practice area of landscape architecture: be sure to attend the Water Conservation Professional Practice Network (PPN) Meeting on Saturday, November 22 from 12:45 PM to 1:20 PM in PPN Room 2, located in the EXPO.

by Laurie Beth Donnachie, ASLA, Water Conservation PPN Co-Chair

One thought on “Water Conservation at the Annual Meeting

  1. Matt Mathes November 2, 2014 / 5:02 pm

    Educational Sessions on water at 2014 Denver ASLA Annual meeting provides
    14 sessions listed above, plus here’s one more:

    Several speakers from the arid Southwest join moderator Paul W. Lander, ASLA, former WC PPN Chair at this Session:

    Monday, Nov. 24 (C08) Performance and Beauty in Affordable, Water-Wise Landscapes, at 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM

    And, how about a new book on water?

    Since 2008, the US Water Alliance brings forward viewpoints about water. A new book provides a collection of essays by several CEO’s thoughts on the value of water:http://www.uswateralliance.org/2014/10/02/value-water-compendium-essays-smart-ceos-now-available/

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