KYASLA is reminding all chapter members of the next Event in our Regular CEU Series: Permeable Interlocking Paver System Design, presented by Belgard Pavers.  The event is taking place THIS WEEK, so join us for a free lunch and learn a little at the same time! Please RSVP to: Yves LeGoff  if you would like to attend so lunch arrangements can be made:

LOUISVILLE – Thursday, August 19th @ Gresham, Smith & Partners Office (101 South 5th Street, Suite 1400, Louisville) NOON

LEXINGTON – Wednesday, August 20th @ Clotfelter-Samokar’s Office (228 E. Reynolds Road, Suite One, Lexington) NOON

COVINGTON – Thursday, August 21st @ MKSK Office (27 West 7th Street, Covington) NOON

**Pre-Approved for 1.0 CEUs by KLARB & LACES



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Need CEU’s??? No problem! KyASLA is proud to present our new, bi-monthly CEU Event Series, brought to you by our generous sponsors. The goal is to provide our membership with an advance schedule of KyASLA sanctioned events, occurring on a regular basis with each event Board Approved for 1 CEU and always with lunch provided.

How do you find out about these upcoming opportunities? READ THE NEWSLETTER! That’s right; don’t just send it to your junk mail – open it and look for the list of upcoming events. Need more options? We have those too. We’ll also send scheduled updates and a reminder for each event to be sure no one misses out on a free lunch (and a CEU of course). And, if e-mail doesn’t cover it, check the website regularly @ for updates, including additional CEU Events not a part of this series, or “like” us on facebook – we’ll be posting there too!

To kick-off the series, we’re starting with two events in June!

11:30am, June 17th at 36th Floor Conference Room of National City Tower (101 S. 5th Street)
LEXINGTON: Noon, June 18th at CMW Office (400 E. Vine Street)

**email Sharon with any questions, food allergies or restrictions at least 24-hours in advance

Noon, June 24th at CMW Office (400 E. Vine Street)
NO. KENTUCKY: Noon, June 25th at Viox and Viox (466 Erlanger Rd, Erlanger, KY)
LOUISVILLE: Noon, June 26th at Gresham Smith & Partners Office (101 S. 5th Street)
**email Wayne with any questions, food allergies or restrictions at least 24-hours in advance


We are currently planning the following event for August, so stay tuned for dates and locations:
Noon, August
LEXINGTON: Noon, August
LOUISVILLE: Noon, August

We’re also working on a special CEU event for October and we are always open to requests or suggestions for future events. If you have any general questions or comments about the new CEU Event Series, please email Kevin Rich or Liz Piper

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Posting via email

KY ASLA will attempt to post to our blog and social networks via a post through email. This will allow us to get the latest news to you as quickly as possible.

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Kentucky Chapter of ASLA Annual Meeting this Friday and Saturday

The Kentucky Chapter of ASLA Annual Meeting this Friday and Saturday. Registration will close at noon, Thursday 3.6.14.

Attending the Grady Clay award ceremony and hearing Dan Jones speak on the Parklands is free and open to the public. His talk will be held in the auditorium at the Clifton Center at 7 p.m.

If you are interested in coming to the Annual Meeting/CEU events on Saturday but didn’t sign up in advance, you may come to the Clifton Center conference area and pay by check. If you have questions, contact Louis Johnson.

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Kentucky ASLA Annual Conference 2014 Featured Speakers

A listing of speakers for the upcoming Annual Conference in Louisville, KY:

Friday – March 7th
Daniel H. Jones
Chairman and CEO 21st century Parks
Mr. Jones will give a summary and update on The Parklands of Floyds Fork, one of the largest fully funded metropolitan parks projects in the country, and one of the few “Olmstedian” park systems currently being designed in America today. The talk will also present a distillation of the principles of the design and planning of public space, using examples from The Parklands.
Saturday – March 8th
Founding Principal of SiteWorks Landscape Architecture (New York, New York)
Annette will be speaking about her experience collaborating with other firms on well-known projects in the greater NYC area (i.e. Highline) and providing design implementation for these projects.
Vice President of EDSA (Orlando, Florida)
Rob will be speaking about his experience working on the Design & Implementation of specific projects he is responsible for at EDSA.
Asst. Professor of Landscape Architecture at North Carolina State University (Raleigh, North Carolina) Andy will be speaking about hands-on implementation of projects with his students, with a design-build focus on sustainable/green infrastructure projects.
Associate Designer at Great Ecology, (Lexington, KY/New York, New York)
Designing for Function and Resiliency: Using Science to Enhance Habitats and Influence Aesthetics Learn how a thorough site assessment and strong baseline ecological data can help inform design decisions. This presentation will illustrate how well defined design priorities will help to determine the scope of field analysis aide in the discovery of how tools like the Evaluation of Planned Wetlands can help quantify the future function of a designed system and describe how to design for a dynamic system rather than a static end result.
Executive Director at the Waterfront Development Corporation
Mr. Karem will be speaking about the history, initial planning & design for the Waterfront Park; implementation of the various phases of the Hargreaves Associates Master Plan; and current, ongoing activities of the WDC. There will be special emphasis in his discussion on the public input and themes that gave direction to the development of the Master Plan.
Director of Facilities at the Waterfront Development Corporation
Mr. Pepper will give conference attendees a unique on-site presentation with the ability to see firsthand specific elements of the waterfront park system, including flood control, infrastructure and site remediation challenges faced and how they were overcome; as well as the history and details of the design implementation for the parks 3 phases; and ongoing design, construction & maintenance activities at the park. A special treat for attendees will be an introduction to Ed Hamilton, artist/sculptor of the Lincoln statue at the Waterfront Park’s Lincoln Memorial.

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