Diane Sferrazza Katz

play:groundNYC: Request for Interest

Building on the success of its adventure playground on Governors Island, which has served over 50,000 children since opening in 2016, the NYC-based non-profit play:groundNYC is launching a search for a second location to bring transformative adventure play to even more young people across New York City. Learn more about play:groundNYC’s mission and vision for their second …

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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS, NEW YORK (ASLA-NY) ANNOUNCES 2024 ASLA FELLOW AND MEDAL RECIPIENTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact: American Society of Landscape Architects, New York Diane Sferrazza Katz, Executive Director, director@aslany.org Download PDF Version HERE Annual Program Recognizes Excellence in the Practice of Landscape Architecture New York, New York (June 18, 2024) – The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has announced the 2024 Fellow, Medal …

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Tree Fund: 2024 Tour de Trees

Tour des Trees, is an annual (about 30 years) fund raising ride of the TREE (Tree Research and Education Endowment) Fund. This year, it will begin in Stamford, CT, cross Rhode Island, loop Martha’s Vineyard, skirt southern Massachusetts and end in Providence, RI. The TREE Fund awards tree research grants, gives scholarships, and funds educational …

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ASLA is excited that USACE will now require nature-based solutions!

As a direct result of advocacy efforts by ASLA, its members, and other non-federal interest, the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced that it will expand the use of nature-based solutions in its Civil Works projects. Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works Michael L. Connor, who signed the memorandum stated, “Nature-based solutions should …

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NYCEDC On-Call Urban Planning and Design Consultant Services RFP

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking one or more consultants to be retained to provide on-call urban planning and design consultant services in support of advancing priority projects on behalf of NYCEDC on an as-needed basis.  The consultant shall perform the following services, which may include: 1) Urban Design; 2) Site Planning; …

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DEC – $1 Million Now Available for Hudson River Watershed Communities

Request for Applications: Local Stewardship Planning and River Education Governor Hochul has announced that $1 million in grant funding is now available for projects to help communities in the Hudson River Valley improve water quality, advance stewardship of habitat and natural resources, and enhance river education. Two Hudson River Estuary Requests for Applications (RFAs) are available: 2024 …

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US Bureau of Reclamation – Water Research Project Grants

The US Bureau of Reclamation provides funding of up to $5 million for: Water conservation and efficiency projects Water management and infrastructure improvements River and watershed restoration projects. This grant program empowers landscape architects to deliver nature-based solutions that: Provide significant ecological benefits Developed as part of a collaborative process Help carry out an established strategy to …

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