To find out more, attend OUTSIDE: Sustainable Landscape Collaborative
on April 23-24, 2020 in Clermont, Florida.
How do you define sustainable landscapes and why are they important? What are some of the next steps for moving local governments and the State forward towards the adoption of sustainable landscape policies and principles? A panel addresses these and other questions from the industry, academic and landscape architecture perspectives to help lay the foundation for meaningful change. Presenters include Timothee Sallin, President of Cherrylake, a vertically integrated landscape and irrigation construction and maintenance services firm, and Secretary of the Board of 1000 Friends of Florida; Dr. Pierce Jones, Director of the University of Florida’s Program for Resource Efficient Communities; and landscape architect Chris Hite, PLA, LEED-AP, President of Dix Hite & Partners.
This event has been approved for professional credits for Planners (AICP CM #9183918), attorneys (Florida Bar CLE #1906763N), landscape architects (DBPR #0011786, provider #PVD151), Florida Certified Environmental Health Professionals (CEHP), and Certified Floodplain Managers (CFM).
If you attended the webinar you received a follow up email an hour later that included a certificate of attendance. Please download with Google Chrome and add the course and provider number prior to submitting for credits. Thank you for participating!