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June 10th, 2020
Webinar: Designing with Grades (1.5 CEUs)
Wednesday, June 10th, 2020 11am – 1pm PDT (that is 2pm – 4pm EDT)
Join our first-ever webinar! This 2-hour virtual lecture will teach you about understanding topography and how to calculate and design with grades. Accurately designing for topography changes will make bids on your projects more accurate and installation of your designs go smoother. Presenter and APLDWA member Kryssie Maybay of Kismet Design LLC will be covering the basics of reading topography, calculating slopes, wall heights and stairs. She will provide multiple examples for exploring tricky calculations and problem solving with grades, ranging in difficulty.
Live webinar participants will have the opportunity to ask questions during the Q&A session of the webinar.
Members of all APLD chapters are welcome to register!
APLD: 1.5 CEUs, CPH: 2 CEUs and ecoPro: 2 CEUs
Registrations for this webinar close at 6pm PDT on June 8th.
Kryssie Maybay, PLA
Kismet Design LLC
Kryssie is a Licensed Landscape Architect and the owner of Kismet Design LLC. She has a bachelor’s in Landscape Architecture from Washington State University and experience in both design-only and design-build firms, with 15 years of design experience. Kryssie has been a licensed landscape architect for almost ten years.
APLD Member fees
Live webinar + recorded presentation: $35.00
Recorded presentation only: $25.00
This is a special introductory offer to celebrate our first-ever webinar, and excellent value for a 2-hour event. Standard APLD pricing will apply to our future webinars. The number of participants is limited to 100. Book early!
Recorded presentation only: $50.00
Registration deadline: 6pm PDT, June 8th.
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5th Annual Summer APLDWA/WALP/WSNLA BBQ
Laura Wildfong and NW Nurseries will again host this fun event. Of course, there will be good food and great company, and this is a great opportunity to socialize and network with other members in the landscaping industry. Bring lots of business cards, as you never know whom you might meet. Bring a colleague, student or friend!
September 23 – 26, 2020
APLD International Design Conference: “One World, One Community” - Virtual Edition
In true APLD form, we’ll visit and explore amazing gardens by remarkable designers. You can take inspiration, learn tricks of the trade, and soak up the beauty of gardens from the comfort of your home, office or your own garden. We know that one of the best things about going to conference is getting together with your friends and colleagues, so we are planning lots of opportunities for you to socialize and connect virtually. Through chat rooms, speaker Q&As, sponsor showcases and one-on-one meetings, social media interfaces and small group discussions we will come together as One World, One Community. We are also looking forward to a fabulous lineup of industry experts who will speak to topics important to our community of landscape designers.
Garden Tour: Navigating and Designing ECAs
Postponed to a later date. Please check back for updates.
Mini Symposium: The Ins and Outs of Designing a Deck - What a Designer Should Know
Decks are complex structures with many elements to be determined and designed. Find out the common thresholds for when a deck needs to be permitted, and when a structural engineer is required. Learn how to navigate the permitting process and how to complete the documentation necessary to get a deck permitted. Get tips, tricks and detailed instructions from both a design and construction perspective. Don’t let the complexity of decks intimidate you any longer.
December 13th, 2020