Upcoming events

    • May 24, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • Bulla Gastrobar – 930 S. Howard Ave., Tampa, FL 33606
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    Join us at 6 pm on Tuesday, May 24th for a casual happy hour at Bulla Gastropub in Tampa with Cheryl Ronan from Anova! Please RSVP below.

    Where: Bulla Gastrobar – 930 S. Howard Ave., Tampa, FL 33606

    When: 6-7 pm, May 24th

    Sponsor: Anova Furnishings


    Thank you to our sponsor!

                                                                  

    • May 26, 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)
    • Yeasty Brews 3944 NW 19th St. Lauderhill, FL 33311
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    Thank you to our sponsor!

                                                                  

    • June 01, 2022
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • GoToWebinar
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    Florida Grades and Standards - Palms

    Join us, June 1st at 11:30 AM ET!

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    This course will discuss how the current palm grading process differs from prior versions, in concept and content. There will be a review of the definitions of the grading criteria and their relevance to the process, an evaluation of a palm and assignment of grades, followed by a discussion about the distinction between grading and specifying palms. This course will review specifiers terms, their definitions and how they might be used. This session will be interspersed with opportunities for question and answers during the presentation.

    This course is will provide 2 Continuing Education Credits.

    Florida DBPR Course Number: 12875 (Laws & Rules or Optional)

    **If you would like CE credit, please be sure to enter your LA Number in your registration.

    ASLA Florida Members:  $20 | Non-Members: $30

    Meet The Speakers:

    John Conroy is President, founder, and owner of Fish Branch Tree Farm, Inc.

    Fish Branch has sponsored and hosted many educational events that have covered a wide range of topics. He chaired the committee for the last two revisions of Florida’s Grades & Standards for Palms. John has also presented at many industry venues on various topics relating to palms. He was awarded the 2019 Educator of the Year by FNGLA.

    John obtained both a B.S. and M.S. degree in Education from Florida State University. In the 1970’s and 1980’s he owned garden centers with landscaping, irrigation and sod operations. John founded Fish Branch Tree Farm in 1988, which has grown to 325 acres, located in Southwest Florida. Over the years John has sought to develop innovative production methods and has promoted new or under-utilized trees. He owns the plant patents to Boardwalk® and Park Side® live oaks. Recently, John played a key role in the establishment of a committee formed to review and refine a broad range of issues facing Florida’s Department of Transportation’s landscape program.

    John has a continuing passion for sharing knowledge with others for the betterment and growth of the industry.

    • June 02, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Top Golf Orlando - 9295 Universal Blvd. Orlando, FL 32819
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    Come meet your local Landscape Architects and reps from Infinity Architectural Lighting and Louis Poulsen! Take your best shot on the course along with food and drinks. 

    When: June 2, 2022, 6-8 pm 

    Where: Top Golf Orlando - 9295 Universal Blvd. Orlando, FL 32819

                                      

    • June 04, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Jacksonville Beach Lifeguard Station - 2 Ocean Front N. Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250


    Help us clean up the beach and be good stewards of our environment, then reward ourselves with fun and friends for a social hour at Landshark Bar & Grill!

    Register to join us HERE!


                                                                  

    • June 09, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Go To Webinar: Virtual
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    Get-Up-To-Date: Laws and Rules for Landscape Architects

    Thursday, June 9th | 12:00 - 1:30 PM EST

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    Register for our Get-Up-To-Date webinar on June 9th at 12:00PM ET. This webinar will cover a verity of issues such as ASLA Florida’s advocacy efforts and political activity, universal licensure, highway beautification, tree ordinances, and more!

    This session will provide 1.5 Laws & Rules CEU credits through DBPR. Course #12882

    **Please be sure to provide your LA license number in your registration if you want to receive credit.**


    ASLA Florida Members: $55

    Non-Members: $75

    Donate to the friends of Landscape Architecture: https://www.100fla.org/ 

    • June 17, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
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    LARE Review Seminar - Section 1

    Friday, June 17th | 12:00PM ET

    The Section 1 Review will be live, virtual, and will cover: 

    • Pre-Project Management
    • Project Management
    • Bidding
    • Construction
    • Maintenance

    Meet the Speaker:

    Mike Prevost

    Michael Prevost is a CLARB certified registered landscape architect specializing in the design of landscape irrigation systems throughout the State of Florida.  He is also a LEED Accredited Professional, a certified irrigation designer, and a contributing author for the IA Advanced Irrigation Design for Water Conservation Workbook.   Michael has presented irrigation related courses for ASLA, GCSAA, Florida Yards and Neighborhoods, Saint Johns River Water Management District, and UF IFAS.

    Please apply for the Mike Oliver Educational Scholarship Award by 6/30/2022! 

    Click Here to Apply!

    This scholarship award is available yearly for up to two (2) young professionals that are currently pursuing their licensure in the state of Florida and will cover the cost of the LARE review prep course.

    Other requirements are as follows:

    1.  Active member of the ASLA Florida Chapter.
    2.  Planning on attending the entire LARE Review Seminar
    3.  In 300 words or less, provide a short essay in PDF or Microsoft Word format, describing your background, current educational pursuits, future plans, other personal interests or activities, brief statement of your financial needs, why you should be considered for this scholarship and how it will help carry on some of the areas that Mike Oliver extended himself to the advancement of his profession and service to the community.  The essay should be no more than two pages with margins of at least 1”, 12-point or larger font, and no images or graphics. Please include Applicant Name, Essay for the Mike Oliver Educational Scholarship Award, and page number on each page.


    • June 18, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (EDT)
    • Zoom
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    LARE Review Seminar - Section 2

    Saturday, June 18th | 10:00AM ET

    The Section 2 Review will cover: 

    • Site Inventory
    • Physical Analysis
    • Contextual Analysis

    Meet the Speaker:

    Amy Morie

    Amy is principal of Mulberry Hill Studio. Graduating from the University of Southern California, BLA, and University of Florida, MLA, Amy worked in Los Angeles and surrounding areas with firms such as Mia Leher and Associates, Amigos de Los Rios, and others developing knowledge of design, construction documentation and project management. A Florida native, she returned to Florida and worked for UF’s Extension Service before starting Mulberry Hill, a landscape architecture and education firm focused on regenerative solutions for land, water, and the life it supports.

    Please apply for the Mike Oliver Educational Scholarship Award by 6/30/2022! 

    Click Here to Apply!

    This scholarship award is available yearly for up to two (2) young professionals that are currently pursuing their licensure in the state of Florida and will cover the cost of the LARE review prep course.

    Other requirements are as follows:

    1.  Active member of the ASLA Florida Chapter.
    2.  Planning on attending the entire LARE Review Seminar
    3.  In 300 words or less, provide a short essay in PDF or Microsoft Word format, describing your background, current educational pursuits, future plans, other personal interests or activities, brief statement of your financial needs, why you should be considered for this scholarship and how it will help carry on some of the areas that Mike Oliver extended himself to the advancement of his profession and service to the community.  The essay should be no more than two pages with margins of at least 1”, 12-point or larger font, and no images or graphics. Please include Applicant Name, Essay for the Mike Oliver Educational Scholarship Award, and page number on each page.



    • July 28, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
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    Placemaking with Purpose: Engaging Diverse Citizen Groups in the Planning Process

    Join us, July 28th at 12:00PM ET!

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    Meaningful citizen engagement is an essential component of placemaking, capturing the vision of community stakeholders in effort to net an authentic voice. This session compares best practices from placemaking plans in Tallahassee, Florida. Participants are taught meaningful engagement in diverse communities and will gain a broader understanding of the factors that influence placemaking. The panel is comprised of planning and urban design professionals actively working in the public sector, private practice, and university teaching with 40+ years of professional experience and accreditations.

    This course is will provide 1 Continuing Education Credit.

    Florida DBPR Course Number: 12309

    **If you would like CE credit, please be sure to enter your LA Number in your registration.

    ASLA Florida Members:  $20 | Non-Members: $30

    Meet The Speaker:

    Jeremy Floyd