The interactive webinars will be taught by experts from across the country who are known for their expertise in specific areas of sustainability. Topics covered include a deeper look into soils, native and invasive plants, water management, designing a sustainable landscape, sustainable maintenance, organic lawn care, the “good business” of sustainable landscaping, and sustainability as a healthy landscape option.
“DO” comes to you courtesy of the American Society of Landscape Architects-New York
under agreement with National Building News
What is “DO”?
Design Opportunities is a monthly listing of Proposed Building projects or renovations for which owner or developer will issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) … a proposed design … within the near future.
NYC&G (New York Cottages & Gardens) is taking entries for its inaugural Innovation in Design Awards! The Innovation in Design Awards (IDAs) is a design competition that honors top design in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, kitchen, bath and innovative product. An exclusive panel of industry influencers will judge submissions. Winners will then be announced at an Awards Reception and Presentation on Wednesday, September 18th, at the Harvard Club in NYC!
Winning projects will also be featured in the winter issue of NYC&G. The NYC&G IDA’s benefit The Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, a charity organization that provides 6-to 18-year-old boys and girls with the programs and activities that instill a sense of competence, belonging and a sense of power and influence.
Proposals for the following will be received by the Director of the Department of Purchasing and Central Services at the Sullivan County Government Center, 100 North Street, Monticello, New York 12701, (845) 807-0515, until 1:00 P.M. on Friday, July 19, 2013:
1. Professional Planning and Design Services for Assistance on Site Designs for Six River Accesses Within the Boundaries of the National Park Service Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River. (R-13-35)
Specifications may be obtained from the Director at the above address.
Cornell University will offer two short programs in landscape architecture this summer: a two-day intensive workshop to prepare students for section four of the Landscape Architects Registration Examination (LARE), and a one-day program focusing on stormwater management and green infrastructure. Both programs will be led by Michele Palmer, a lecturer in the Department of Landscape Architecture at Cornell and the ower of Templeton Landscape Architecture & Planning.
New York Chapter