Register Today for reVISION ASLA 2020

reVISION ASLA 2020

reVISION ASLA 2020 is convenient: up to 25 professional development hours (PDH) live and on demand until January 31, 2021.

Don’t worry about being trapped in a virtual video vacuum at reVISION ASLA 2020. Bite-sized learning opportunities like Field Sessions, Game Changers, and Virtual Networking opportunities promise a change of pace.

LIVE Schedule
Monday, November 16, 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm EST
Tuesday, November 17, 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm EST
Wednesday, November 18, 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm EST

reVISION is big ideas
Landscape architects can maximize their capacity to realistically mitigate climate change. Explore the design track with speakers including Pamela Conrad, ASLA, LEED AP.

reVISION is important issues
Wildfire vulnerability in Australia and western states in the U.S. are causing us to focus more on resilience in these communities. Explore the climate change track with speakers including Greg Kochanowski, ASLA, AIA.

reVISION is thoughtful conversations
The study and amplification of cultural landscapes can promote more inclusive and creative placemaking. Explore the diversity, equity, and inclusion and racism in the profession tracks with speakers like Ujijji Davis, ASLA.

reVISION is hands-on information
Learn best practices from the experts all while discovering the newest products and techniques in the industry. Explore Design Day with speakers like Gina Ford, FASLA.

reVISION is GREAT VALUE.
Save up to 75% from the in-person event.

For ASLA members (full, associate, affiliate, corporate), registration is $199. For non-members, the rate is $299. ASLA student members can register for just $25. And emeritus ASLA members can register for $75.

And don’t forget to have some fun with our happy hour Green New Deal Superstudio Meetup at the end of day one!

Join prominent educators and practitioners as they share their experiences teaching and coordinating studios as part of the Green New Deal Superstudio, a national conversation on how the framework of the Green New Deal’s key tenets of jobs, justice, and decarbonization can be translated from policy into actual projects with regional and local specificity.

Register today!

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