ASLA-MN 2017 Education Session - Equity: Designing for the 21st Century
Landscape architecture can be a tool to promote social, environmental and economic equity. This program will explore innovation and best practices in design and civic engagement, recognizing the changing demographics of our cities and countryside, to address environmental justice and invest in healthy and livable communities.
Conference sessions, speakers, and panels are in the final planning stages. Here is a taste of what you can expect at this year's education conference:
Conference Moderating by Regina Flanagan
Sessions led by:
- Jeanne Ayers, Assistant Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Health
- Joy Marsh Stephens, Equity and Inclusion Manager for City of Minneapolis
- Bryan C. Lee Jr., Social Justice Advocate
- Ethics Session led by Bruce Lemke
- Step-Up Program Panel
More to Come!
Friday, April 21, 2017
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
360 N Broadway St.
St Paul, MN 55101
Parking at CHS Field
Earlybird deadline: April 7
Members $90 early; $115 late
Nonmembers $115 early; $135 late
Fees include access to all of the sessions, a continental breakfast, and lunch.