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    Echo Park Lake is one of the City of Los Angeles' crown jewels and a designated cultural-historic landmark. Read More
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    When a Los Angeles‐based family began their search for a vacation home, they found their ideal setting on this 1.3 acre lot nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountain range north of Lake Tahoe. Read More
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    Using the Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Medical Center Campus as a catalyst to create a “Community of Health and Wellness”, the project’s Planning Team developed a master plan that proposes a broad-based wellness approach with a 20-year implementation plan. The master plan features a series of practical and incremental improvements that foster strong community connections, establishes a new area identity and creatively addresses the social, economic, and environmental quality issues within this community. Read More
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President's Report

Andy Bowden, ASLA Chaptetr President

Happy Groundhog’s Day! I can’t believe that it’s February already. Spring is around the corner!

I’m sure that you’ve already seen it in our weekly broadcasts, but CLASS Fund (California Landscape Architecture Student Scholarship) is holding a celebration, in the spirit of Groundhog's Day, on Thursday, February 4th at TAPS Fish House and Brewery at the Marketplace in Irvine. The proceeds for this event go to help fund scholarships for students enrolled in accredited programs in landscape architecture and ornamental horticulture and irrigation sciences in California.

Trustee's Report

Perry Cardoza, ASLA

As we start a new year, I would like to welcome back Chapter President Andy Bowden, ASLA and our newly elected Board Members.  A special thank you to our outgoing National President Richard Zweifel, FASLA and Past President Baxter Miller, ASLA; both of whom have given countless hours representing our profession selfishly giving up much of their free time advocating on our behalf.  Their dedication is truly appreciated. 

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  • BMLA BBQ - June 23

    29 Oct, 15

    2nd Annual

  • The Great LA River Clean Up - April 16, 23, 30

    15 Feb, 16

    Fifteen Sites, 3 Days

  • 34th Annual CLIC/CLASS Fund Golf Tournament - June 13

    16 Mar, 16

    Newport Beach Country Club

  • The New Landscape Declaration - June 10-11

    14 Apr, 16

    Landscape Architecture Foundation Summit

  • 15th Annual Municipal Green Building Conference - April 21

    14 Apr, 16

    Water Resilience for Cities
    USGBC Los Angeles

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Mon Apr 11 @ 6:00PM - 08:00PMnDowntown L.A.: Re-envisioned + Revitalized - April 11
Sat Apr 16 @ 9:00AM - 12:00PMnThe Great LA River Clean Up
Sat Apr 23 @ 9:00AM - 12:00PMnThe Great LA River Clean Up
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Wed Jun 01 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PMn34th Annual CLIC/CLASS Fund Golf Tournament - June 13

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