Upcoming Events

Oct 15

2018 Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference

The Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference (UMISC) is a biennial conference celebrating 10 years of connecting the invasive species management, research, and policy community.

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Now Accepting Submissions!

The ANOVA Grant Competition is now accepting Submissions! Winners will receive a $2,000 grant to fund their participation in the 2018 ASLA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. Submissions will be accepted now through May 14th. Along with the grant, all 21 winners will be recognized on the ANOVA website and at the 2018 ASLA Meeting. The single best answer will receive first-place recognition.

This year's topic: Describe a space that influenced your career in landscape architecture, which can help others relate to the profession. 

Contestants will need to:

  1. Submit their answer in 500 words or less
  2. Draw a quick "napkin sketch"
  3. Provide a short summary

To submit your entry, or see full contest and eligibility details, please click on the green button below! 

If you would like to receive text message alerts for deadline reminders, please click here: https://goo.gl/forms/OGG226OJD3UwKdJC3 to sign up.  

Remember #DontSweatTheSketch

Sincerely, 
David Traphagen, Affiliate ASLA | Regional Sales Manager IL, IN, MI, WI
david.t@anovafurnishings.com
312-405-1773


USGBC West North Central SITES Collaborative Group

We are looking for interested individuals to participate in the USGBC West North Central SITES Collaborative group. This regional SITES Collaborative would be a group of key stakeholders interested in leadership roles focused on promoting built environments that are well planned, designed, developed and maintained to protect and enhance the benefits we derive from healthy functioning landscapes. The collaborative will start out by determining its mission and learning about the SITES program to better assist our community.

More information contact Christa Schaefer treasurer@wiasla.com

Check out this USGBC article from USGBC

SITES Collaboration overview