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Our 2024 Annual Conference + Expo theme for Orlando is Cultivating Connections. Tracks for the conference focus on Nurturing Cultural Landscapes, Embracing Policy Engagement, and Strengthening Climate Resilience. Sessions will explore innovative skillsets, techniques, ideas, materials, technology, approaches, and lessons learned to move landscape architects forward and create lasting connections. 

Exhibitors + Sponsors 

Our 2024 Exhibit Hall has sold out!  Click Here to view the Exhibitors that will be attending! 

To learn more about sponsoring, click here! 

Thank You Platinum Sponsors! 


Thank You to Our Gold Sponsors! 


Conference Tours 

Tour the Packing District: Adaptive Mixed-Use Infill Development

Tuesday, July 30 | 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM  | Registration Fee: $50  

3 CECs, DBPR and LACES Approval Pending

The Art of Creating the Lake Nona Town Center   

Tuesday July 30 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM | Registration Fee: $50

2.5 CECs, DBPR and LACES Approval Pending

Disney Springs: A Master Class in Seamless Planning

Wednesday, July 31 | 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Registration Fee: $65

2 CECs, DBPR and LACES Approval Pending

*Tour attendees must ride the bus to attend the Disney Springs tour. *

Belgard Plant Tour and Installation

Wednesday, July 31 | 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM | Registration Fee: $40

1 CEC, DBPR and LACES Approval Pending

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OUTSIDE Collaborative 2024: Key Initiatives and Research Update

Thursday, August 1 | 7:30 - 11:30 AM | Registration Fee: $55

3.5 CECs, DBPR and LACES Approval Pending

About the Renaissance Orlando at Sea World

The Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld® has everything you love about Florida, all in one location. The resort is within walking distance of Sea World® and all of Orlando's most celebrated attractions are just a quick shuttle ride away. You’ll be happy to know our Orlando family-friendly resort offers so much to enjoy! 

Book your room in the ASLA Florida Room Block

The room block closes on Monday, July 8th. The room block rate is $169 per night. 

Biodiversity and Climate Action Committee Carbon Friendly Conference Transportation

Join ASLA Florida members and leadership in making a sustainable choice! Opt for eco-friendly transportation options such as Brightline/Carpooling to reduce your carbon footprint en route to our conference. If every attendee from last year chooses mass transportation, we could collectively avoid 20 metric tons of carbon emissions—equivalent to the annual absorption of 900 mature trees. Let's unite in making choices that nurture our planet and make a significant collective impact. See you on board!

Rather than taking individual Ubers or Lyfts from Orlando International Airport | MCO, those who have flown or taken the Brightline to Orlando can use some of the following options to transfer from MCO to the conference hotel at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld:

    • Multi-person shuttle from MCO to hotel via JayRide (needs to be booked ahead of time)
    • Brightline transfer via Mears (needs to be booked ahead of time)
    • Mears shuttle through hotel recommendation (reservation required)
    • UberX shared uber with others along you same route (20 minute ride)
    • Public Transit via #111 bus 25 stops to Westwood Blvd and Wilkow Dr with a 9 minute walk to follow (1 hour travel time)

For those taking the Amtrak to the conference hotel the following options are available:

    • UberX shared uber with others along you same route (20 minute ride)
    • Public transit via #40 bus for 13 stops to W Michigan Street and S Orange Blossom Trail then 64 stops on #08 bus to 27/g12 – Renaissance (1.5 hour travel time)

Coordination is key when trying to travel as a larger group. To lower our collective carbon footprints via travel to the conference, coordinating with fellow attendees will allow more people to transfer in one vehicle rather than each person in a car alone. Be proactive and reach out to others you know will be attending the conference and plan to arrive in Orlando at similar times to transfer to the hotel as a group.


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Pensacola, FL 32591
Office: 850.480.7332


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