This year’s conference theme is Faces of the Landscape. The diversity of the Landscape Architecture practice is vast, ranging in scale and specialty from residential design to city and regional planning. Faces of the Landscape sets to celebrate the diversity of Landscape Architecture, people and projects that are increasingly guided by ecosystems thinking, paying homage to history, focused on storytelling and emphasize user experience in their practice.
CPLA’s Jonathan Bronk, and current President of the Wisconsin Chapter of the ASLA (American Society of Landscape Architects), along with Rhonda James, CPLA’s Senior Landscape Architect, have contributed heavily to the planning or organization of this year’s event. Thank you for your contributions to the society.Read the full article at: https://wiasla.com/meetinginfo.php?id=43&ts=1550698429