RFQs and Opportunities Roundup

This year’s Landmark Award celebrates “Crissy Field: An Enduring Transformation” by Hargreaves Jones for the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. Located in San Francisco’s famed Presidio, the site features restored coastal habitat, recreational amenities and historical interpretation. / image: Hargreaves Jones

While you may still be recovering from the eye candy sugar rush of the ASLA Professional and Student Awards announcements, there’s plenty more going on this fall. Before you and everyone you know get swept up in all the ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture excitement, pay a visit to the RFQs and Opportunities page to peruse what else might be out there, from courses to calls for papers and submissions. Anyone looking to share an opportunity with landscape architects may do so through the online submission form.

Below, we highlight a sampling of the calls for submissions and competitions listed currently.

Maryland Department of Transportation Walktober Webinar Series
Multiple dates October 6-27, 2022

Request of Proposals: Fargo, ND Growth Plan
Deadline: November 4, 2022

Environment and Health: Global/Local Challenges and Actions – Call for Proposals for the 2023 Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association
Deadline: December 2, 2022

From New Directions in the American Landscape (NDAL):

In the Field: Bridgestone Firestone Wildlife Management Area, Sparta, TN 
October 12, 2022

In the Field: Crow’s Nest Natural Area Preserve & Crow’s Nest Research Center, Stafford, VA
October 27, 2022

Ecology-Based Landscape Practice Multi-Session Virtual Course
Registration opens mid-October for these November-December 2022 sessions

New Directions in the American Landscape (NDAL) has several events coming up in the last three months of 2022. / image: Marli Milano

For more about fellowship opportunities for landscape architects, see ASLA’s Scholarships and Fellowships page.

For a comprehensive list of national events of interest to landscape architects, see ASLA’s Conferences for Landscape Architects page.

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