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National Landscape Architects Month 

April 1-30, 2014 

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national landscape architecture month 2014



Earth Day
Tuesday, April 22


earth day


Arbor Day
Friday, April 25


Arbor Day 2014


GSLA Spring Dinner Meeting
Wednesday, April 23rd

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Join us in celebrating Landscape Architecture Month with an evening of socializing, dinner, and learning. Capitol Room at the Common Man Restaurant, 25 Water Street, Concord, NH.

5:30-6:30 Social hour/networking - cash bar
6:30 Buffet Dinner
7:00 Nadene Parzych of Landscape Forms presents: "LEDs for Pedestrian & Pathway Lights: Design, Ecology, Technology"


Course Summary:
Advanced technology has made LED-lighting a viable solution for outdoor environments. The unwanted side-effects of traditional lighting: wasted energy, maintenance costs, and the negative visual and environmental impacts of over-illumination, are driving the adoption of LED lighting for many projects. This session covers cutting edge information about human interaction with color, contrast, and glare that enhance the visual experience while protecting the environment. Solid State/LED technology is an important facet to sustainable site design. Nadene Parzych AP will present concepts that leave participants armed to evaluate LED-lighting for future projects. (LA/CES one credit course)


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The Eye is a Door: Landscape Photographs
January 31 through August 31, 2014

Smith College Museum of Art, Elm Street Northampton, MA 01063
(413)585-2760 • Admission $5.00


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Landscape Photographs by Anne Whiston Spirn, ASLA


America’s Romance with the English Garden

Tuesday April 8, 2014 7:00 -8:30 p.m. NHTI Library Living Room – Open to the Public, Free admission
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In celebration of Landscape Architecture Month the Wings of Knowledge Lecture Series and the Landscape and Environmental Design Department at NHTI-Concord’s Community College present: America’s Romance with the English Garden. Gardeners everywhere have always been enchanted with the English garden style. Author and gardener Thomas Mickey will shed light on how this romance with the English garden began and how it has influenced horticulture and American gardens over the last 200 years. Mr. Mickey of Rye, New Hampshire is the author of the recently published book “America’s Romance with the English Garden’. He is also the author Best Garden Plants for New England. His garden column appears in the newspapers owned by Seacoast Media in Portsmouth, NH. He posts regularly on his blog Books will be available for signing and purchase (cash or check). Refreshments sponsored by Campus Activities Board and Student Senate. For more information contact

Nutrients, Land Use & Community Resiliency
Thursday, April 24, 2014

7:00 PM in the NHTI Library, Concord, NH


The Wings of Knowledge welcomes Dr. Rob Roseen of Geosyntec is a senior water resources engineer with experience in the investigation, design, testing, and implementation of innovative approaches to stormwater management. Dr. Roseen was the director of the UNH Stormwater Center until 2012. His broad area of expertise includes water resources engineering, stormwater management, low-impact development (LID) design, and porous pavements. Light refreshments will be served. 1 Professional Development Hour.


Mount Auburn Cemetery Tour

Wednesday, May 21  

Explore the native trees that thrive in Mount Auburn Cemetery’s beautiful 175 acre grounds, 10 am-12 pm. See specimens that include evergreen, understory and canopy trees, including many beautiful spring-blooming species.



The Rose Kennedy Greenway: Organic Practices, Beautiful Results

Tuesday, June 3, 1:00-3:00 pm (Rain Date June 4), Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston, MA.

Behind-the-scenes tour of the Greenway. Learn how design and management work together to make the parks a better environment for plants and people alike, and to make Boston a more livable city.



Professional Practice Networks

PPN Online Learning is a series of webinars hosted by ASLA's Professional Practice Networks (PPNs). The presentations provide practicing landscape architects with information on new and evolving practices, new products and more.

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