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Enhancing the practice and benefits of landscape architecture in Virginia through advocacy, education, and service.

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What Has ASLA Done for You Lately? ...... a message from your Colorado Trustee 
by Mark Tabor, ASLA

Whether it's growing our businesses, enhancing our professional skills or simply getting the word about the importance of landscape architecture out to the public, ASLA is making remarkable progress advancing the profession. With this month's Boston Annual Meeting and semi-annual Board of Trustees Meeting behind us, it's a good time to reflect on the impact that ASLA has on the profession at large and your practice in particular.

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Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation Releases Comprehensive Plan for Outdoor Recreation, Land Conservation

Virginia's official guide for the planning of public outdoor recreation and land conservation has been revised and is now available online. The Virginia Outdoors Plan, which is updated every five years, highlights the beautiful natural resources and historical attractions Virginia has to offer.

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EAB Planning and Management Seminar

The emerald ash borer (EAB) has already destroyed more than 100 million ash trees, at a cost of billions of dollars. Experts predict EAB will ultimately threaten every ash tree in North America. The good news is that proper planning and treatment can help preserve desirable ash trees as well as manage the budgetary impact of removing infested trees.

Join us for a seminar to learn more about EAB and what you can do to prepare for and manage the threat. The presentation will be followed by a live EAB treatment demonstration on the arboretum grounds.
Friday, May 30, 2014
9:30am-noon
U.S. National Arboreteum Auditorium
3501 New York Avenue NE
Washington D.C.

Admission is FREE
2 CEUS available for ISA Certified Arborists and Landscape Architects
Click here for additional details and registration.
 
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