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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Issues Final Policy on Mitigating Impacts of Development to Further Conservation of Nation’s Wildlife and their Habitats

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Issues Final Policy on Mitigating Impacts of Development to Further Conservation of Nation’s Wildlife and their Habitats

Originally posted to fws.gov on 11.18.2016 Press Release U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Issues Final Policy on Mitigating Impacts of Development to Further Conservation of Nation’s Wildlife and their Habitats Policy provides a framework for more efficient and effective mitigation measures while facilitating review and approval of development projects November 18, 2016 Contact(s): Vanessa Kauffman 703-358-2138 vanessa_kauffman@fws.gov The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced a final revised Mitigation Policy that will guide its review…

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Welcome To Our New Members!

Welcome To Our New Members!

Walter T. Martin, ASLA Paul  Russell, ASLA Christopher L. Haynes Todd  Martin, ASLA James F. Barker, Honorary ASLA Darla  Moore, Honorary ASLA William R. Gammon, III, ASLA Anna Elizabeth Montgomery, ASLA Andrea M. Futeral Kelly B. Walls Christophe  Drumain, ASLA Russ  Seamon, ASLA Ana H.Casados Gonzalez`, ASLA Todd A. Steadman Andrew  Todd-Burke Cindy  Cline Arron G. Diedrich Michael  Cain, ASLA Zachary N. Wigington Sally  Brooks Erik  Ladd, ASLA Richard B. Sanders Sean  Hoelscher, ASLA Adam…

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Announcing the New ASLA Online Learning Website

Announcing the New ASLA Online Learning Website

Originally posted at www.thefield.asla.org.  November 10, 2016 — asla staff ASLA’s new online learning website continues to provide information on new and evolving practices and products, offering a convenient and affordable way to earn the Professional Development Hours (PDH) needed to meet state licensure requirements. PDH are approved by the Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LA CES) and can be earned after viewing a presentation by completing and passing a self-study exam. Your online learning…

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LEED pricing update effective December 1

LEED pricing update effective December 1

The new pricing will include full access to the brand new arc platform, which was announced at this year’s Greenbuild Conference & Expo. Arc is a green building performance platform that is fully integrated with LEED online and will allow any building – whether LEED certified or not – to immediately start measuring performance, make improvements and benchmark against itself. Arc also offers LEED 2009 and LEED v4 certified projects an easy way to track…

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Upstate Fall Social

Upstate Fall Social

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New Credential: SITES AP Is Officially Launched

New Credential: SITES AP Is Officially Launched

New Credential, SITES AP, Is Officially Launched | LAND 10/4/2016   originally posted at: https://www.asla.org/land/LandArticle.aspx?id=49342 New Credential, SITES AP, Is Officially Launched Credential marks the next step in the evolution of this invaluable program. Green Business Certification Inc.™ (GBCI) has announced a new credential for landscape architects and sustainability professionals launching Oct. 1, 2016. The SITES® Accredited Professional (SITES AP) establishes a common framework to define the profession of sustainable landscape design and development and provides landscape…

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Free Landscape Tour of Greenville's Main Street

Free Landscape Tour of Greenville’s Main Street

ASLA newsletter: Register for a free landscape tour of Greenville’s Main Street on October 08; learn about its significant design history A plan to revitalize Greenville’s Main Street was completed by Lawrence Halprin & Associates in the late 1970s, following years of relocation by local business to the suburbs. Halprin’s plan was two-fold: lure business back downtown, and beautify the neighborhood so that people will want to shop there. Today’s Main Street is bustling with people. The concepts from Halprin’s…

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August 2016

August 2016

My Movie from South Carolina Chapter ASLA on Vimeo.

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Today, the National Park Service (NPS) celebrates its 100th birthday! This momentous day represents 100 years of service and steadfast protection and preservation of our nation’s most beloved outdoor and recreational spaces, cultural resources, and historical sites. ASLA is working to advance federal legislation, which includes the National Park Service Centennial Challenge Fund. The Fund would finance NPS signature construction, maintenance and education projects by matching private contributions with federal dollars. Without congressional action, bi-partisan…

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