• APLDWA - Association of Professional Landscape Designers Washington State Chapter
  • APLDWA - Association of Professional Landscape Designers Washington State Chapter
  • APLDWA - Association of Professional Landscape Designers Washington State Chapter
  • APLDWA - Association of Professional Landscape Designers Washington State Chapter
  • APLDWA - Association of Professional Landscape Designers Washington State Chapter
  • APLDWA - Association of Professional Landscape Designers Washington State Chapter
  • APLDWA - Association of Professional Landscape Designers Washington State Chapter

APLDWA offers monthly programs designed to meet the goals of our chapter and the needs of our members. Programs address issues related to professional growth, design exposure, national certification and business/legislative advocacy. Unique venues and fresh approaches are always sought, and networking is integral to every program. Programs evolve from member suggestions, so be sure to share your thoughts with the program committee!


Data Mining of County and City Websites

Thursday, November 13, 2014

2:00pm - 6:00pm

21 Acres Farm, 13701 NE 171st Street, Woodinville
Members: $25; non-members: $50
CEUs: 2.5 APLD, 2 WSNLA

Data Mining of County and City Websites

Data Mining of County and City Websites

Data Mining of County and City Websites
Ever get lost in a voice mail quagmire trying to get someone who can answer questions about jurisdictional codes and permits that apply to your project? Ever wonder what on-line tools are available to help you determine if your client’s property is in an environmentally critical area? Come to this workshop to learn where to find valuable information and how to use it.

Bring your laptop or tablet and your questions or project. Using case studies, Christie Coxley, will walk us through some of the most useful municipal websites. Lisa Port, APLD, will discuss current and upcoming LID, IGCC and Stormwater codes.

Our Program will start with a tour of The 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living, a nonprofit learning center and living laboratory focusing on organic agriculture, sustainable living and green building technologies. The Center includes a LEED Certified Platinum building with the unique distinction of being fully integrated with the 21 Acres bio-diverse organic farm. As an early adopter of green building technologies and methods, the 21 Acres Center serves as a living laboratory to educate and collaborate with the public about the processes and benefits of green buildings.

2:00 pm: Check-in
2:15–3:15 pm: Guided tour of 21 Acres Center 

3:15-3:30 pm: Socialize and network
3:30–6:00 pm: Workshop

Don't forget to bring your business card to enter into our drawing—it could win you a $25 gift certificate applicable toward a future APLDWA program!

Registration

To register for this event please make your payment via PayPal first, then you will be forwarded to our registration page.

This is a two-step process.

You will NOT be registered for this event unless you pay at PayPal AND register for the event.

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Questions can be sent to Christie Coxley at ccoxley@comcast.net

 


APLDWA October Event
Membership Kick-off
APLDWA November Event
Data Mining of County and City Websites
In the event that APLDWA has to cancel any APLDWA sponsored event for any reason, we will provide upon request, refunds to the maximum extent possible. Attendee refunds will be available, upon request, if the cancellation is made no later than one week in advance of the event.

From the Board

Please welcome Tom Barrett as our newest Board member, Member at Large. Tom brings his years as owner, designer and construction manager of Environmental Construction, Inc. as well as many years as a member of APLDWA to his position on the board.

Thank you to Hege Watkins for her great service as Secretary on our board and as she leaves, Katie Weber, as past Member at Large moves to fill her shoes. We look forward to a creative and productive new board.

Looking for a way to make a difference? Our chapter has a few openings either on committees or as a committee Chairperson. If you have a passion for any of our projects/work; educating & promoting through programs, growing & supporting membership, promoting us through sponsorship or advocating for our profession, contributing in a large way, or small makes a difference, and makes a difference in the way you see your fellow designers. Volunteering is not a one-way street; the benefits to oneself are real, substantial, and rewarding. Please contact Leanne@terradesign.biz to discuss your interests.

Data Mining of County and City Websites has been rescheduled for Thursday, Nov 13th 2-6pm.

Reflect - Restore - Renew
2014 APLD International Conference
November 4-7th - Orlando Florida

For more information and to register click here.

Other Events

Association of Professional Landscape Designers, Oregon Chapter
News & Events
American Society of Landscape Architects, Washington Chapter
Calendar
Washington State Association of Nursery and Landscape Association
Calendar
Washington Association of Landscape Professionals
Upcoming Events
12,000 Rain Gardens
Workshops


Click here to notify us of an upcoming event, news, or member activity.


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APLDWA October Event
Membership Kick-off
APLDWA November Event
Data Mining of County and City Websites
In the event that APLDWA has to cancel any APLDWA sponsored event for any reason, we will provide upon request, refunds to the maximum extent possible. Attendee refunds will be available, upon request, if the cancellation is made no later than one week in advance of the event.

From the Board

Please welcome Tom Barrett as our newest Board member, Member at Large. Tom brings his years as owner, designer and construction manager of Environmental Construction, Inc. as well as many years as a member of APLDWA to his position on the board.

Thank you to Hege Watkins for her great service as Secretary on our board and as she leaves, Katie Weber, as past Member at Large moves to fill her shoes. We look forward to a creative and productive new board.

Looking for a way to make a difference? Our chapter has a few openings either on committees or as a committee Chairperson. If you have a passion for any of our projects/work; educating & promoting through programs, growing & supporting membership, promoting us through sponsorship or advocating for our profession, contributing in a large way, or small makes a difference, and makes a difference in the way you see your fellow designers. Volunteering is not a one-way street; the benefits to oneself are real, substantial, and rewarding. Please contact Leanne@terradesign.biz to discuss your interests.

Data Mining of County and City Websites has been rescheduled for Thursday, Nov 13th 2-6pm.

Reflect - Restore - Renew
2014 APLD International Conference
November 4-7th - Orlando Florida

For more information and to register click here.

Other Events

Association of Professional Landscape Designers, Oregon Chapter
News & Events
American Society of Landscape Architects, Washington Chapter
Calendar
Washington State Association of Nursery and Landscape Association
Calendar
Washington Association of Landscape Professionals
Upcoming Events
12,000 Rain Gardens
Workshops


Click here to notify us of an upcoming event, news, or member activity.