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Earn up to 12 CEUs during the two day conference. Watch for registration info. in January. www.padeasla.org    Get a head start and make your hotel reservation as early as possible to ensure availability. Hotel Reservation Information  DoubleTree by Hilton Downtown Wilmington - Legal District 700 North King Street Wilmington,...
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The Delaware Valley Planning Commission (DVRPC) seeks professional services from a qualified consultant to design a green stormwater infrastructure demonstration project for the City of Chester, PA.  For more information on the request for proposals, see the attached and the link below.  Please distribute widely – thank you!   www.dvrpc.org/asp/consultant/display.aspx?title=Design%20of%20a%20Green%20Stormwater%20Infrastructure%20Project%20in%20Chester%20City,%20PA...
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Brief: During its January 16th meeting, the Independent Regulatory Review Commission approved the PA State Board of Landscape Architects proposed regulation to increase the required number of CE hours from the current minimum of 10 hours to 24 continuing education hours during the 2 year license renewal period. The Board intends...
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Dear PA – DE Chapter ASLA Member, It is that time of year again when we request nominations for our upcoming Chapter elections. Please consider nominating yourself or a colleague, with their permission, to one of the following ballot openings. We always welcome continued support from within the existing Executive Committee,...
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Volunteering helps you make new friends and contacts One of the best ways to make new friends and strengthen existing relationships is to commit to a shared activity together. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, especially if you are new to an area. Volunteering also strengthens your ties...
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Walk Friendly Communities Now Taking Applications We thought you might like to know about this opportunity to celebrate the work of building healthy communities: CHAPEL HILL, NC - The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC) announces the opening of the sixth round of the Walk Friendly Communities (WFC) application process. Communities...
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Explore Philadelphia's iconic landscapes and little-known places during What's Out There Weekend Philadelphia. On May 18th and 19th, The Cultural Landscape Foundation will host free, expert-led tours at over two-dozen historically significant examples of landscape architecture in the area, including hidden gems in Fairmount Park, the Beaux Arts grounds of the...
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As a watershed transitions from forest to farm to suburban and urban, pollution loads and scouring flood flows increase. When there's an average of one house per four watershed acres sensitive fish and other organisms begin to disappear. At one house per two acres most game fish will be gone. With...
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We are in the process of planning the upcoming 2013 PA-DE ASLA Chapter Annual Meeting, which will be held April 19 & 20, 2013 at the Atlantic Sands Hotel and Convention Center in the sun, wind and surf of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. The meeting’s theme is Waves of Change - Preparing...
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