We are less than two months out from the biggest and brightest gathering of landscape architects—the ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture is coming to San Francisco this November 11-14.
While there is so much going on—Climate Week NYC, webinars galore, and DREAM BIG with Design: A Virtual Showcase of Landscape Architecture and PreK-12 Design Learning, to name just a few of things competing for your attention this week—the conference is the profession’s signature event: 6,000 attendees, convening this fall in a city with 220+ public parks to attend 120+ education sessions and other special events. It’s a lot to take in.
Just a few areas of special interest to get excited about:
- Field sessions on Friday and Monday, including Quantifying Climate Resilience in the Public Environment and Landscapes of the UC Berkeley Campus
- Interactive Deep Dive sessions for more detailed explorations of a topic
- A dazzling array of 60-, 75-, and 90-minute education sessions browseable by track, professional development credit type, and target audience
- LARE Prep Workshops for those preparing to become licensed landscape architects
- Learning Labs offering LA CES PDH on the EXPO floor
This Wednesday, September 21, is the last day to save up to $130 with the advanced registration rate!
Students at the ASLA Conference
ASLA Student Members: did you know you can register for the conference free of charge in exchange for four hours of volunteering? Thanks to generous donations, the ASLA Fund is able to cover the cost of student registration for those who volunteer. Learn more about the volunteer program and register before the October 14 deadline.
My First ASLA Conference
What was the first ASLA Conference you attended? Will it be #ASLA2022 in San Francisco? Share a photo with #myfirstASLAconference and check out the post from Ebru Ozer, ASLA, for her first:
There will also be a First Time Attendee Lounge for any newbies seeking an introduction and some guidance amidst all the conference conviviality.
Whether it’s your first or your fortieth conference, see you in San Francisco!