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Regional Conference Distance Learning

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Watch the recordings from the virtual conference hosted by the Maryland, Potomac, and Virginia ASLA Chapters and earn LA CES credits.

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The virtual Regional Conference was held June 9-10. You can register and watch the recordings. If you score at least 75% on the exam a specific session or sessions and complete the evaluation, you can earn up to 8.0 PDHs (7.0 HSW).

Sessions include:

  • Parkpulse.io: Using Landscape Analysis to Support Safe and Equitable Access to Nature
  • The Evolving Role of Urban Waterfronts in Shaping Urban Form, Community Health and Equity: Case History of the Alexandria Waterfront
  • Property in Perspective: The White Supremacist Roots of U.S. Land Policy
  • Paradigm Shift: Influencing Positive Change in a Polymath Profession
  • Design for Distancing – Reactivating Baltimore’s Public Realm
  • Pandemics & Protests: Reshaping Company Culture
  • Change Grows Here: ASLA National Programs and Priorities
  • Lunch Roundtable Discussion on Climate Action with Maryland, Potomac, and Virginia Chapter Presidents

You can see the full schedule, bios, and all sorts of information in this digital program book.

8.0 (7.0 HSW) PDH approved.

Thanks to our lead sponsors:

Country Casual Teak & Victor Stanley, Inc.


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Potomac ASLA is the Potomac Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), the national professional association representing landscape architects.

Potomac ASLA was founded to advocate for and serve members studying and practicing landscape architecture in the Greater Washington, DC region, including northern Virginia and suburban Maryland.

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