The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) recently held it’s mid-year meetings in Washington, D.C. The Wisconsin contingent was represented in part by Gary Brown, the Wisconsin Board of Trustee representative along with Jonathan Bronk, the current President of the Wisconsin Chapter of ASLA. Each participated in a number of activities supporting the profession on both a federal and state level including; Advocacy Day at the Nation’s Capitol, the Board of Trustees Meeting, and the Chapter Presidents Council Meetings. The trip also included a reception and tour of the recently completed Center for Landscape Architecture designed by Gensler and the landscape architecture firm of Oehme van Sweden.
Thank you for your service to the Chapter and Profession.