Monday, October 26, 2009

Landscape Designers Meet In the Heartland

Last week I went to Iowa City to attend the board meeting of our client, the Association of Professional Landscape Designers -- APLD. I wish I had gone out a day earlier to really enjoy this wonderful heartland city and see a restored tallgerass prairie.
Judy Nauseef, president of the board and an Iowa City landscape designer, set up a field trip to Hardin Township Cemetery with Chris Henze the Johnson County Vegetation Manager who has restored this prairie remnant.
The APLD Board approved an exciting line up of educational programs, sustainability initiatives, certification workshops and outreach for 2010. Mark your calendars now for the APLD International Landscape Design Conference Dallas September 26-October 2, 2010.

2 comments:

Landscape Designers Guilford said...

I will study hard in order for me to become a member of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers. It would be a great honor to be one of them.

Louisa Vendela said...

the landscape involved creating new settlements for farmers and their families and labourers needed to work the land. It also involved greatly enlarging and improving existing villages.