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2018 Annual Conference & Expo Call for Papers
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The Florida Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects will be meeting July 26-28th, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point in Bonita Springs, Florida.   


The 2018 Conference will have classes and tours focusing on several tracks, each relating to the conference theme: Rooted in Treasure.  The educational course presentations should follow one of the following tracks as the focus of rooted in treasure:


·         Through Water and Environment

·         Through Art and History or

·         Through Community Design and Planning



Each speaker will receive a one day pass to the conference for the day they present.

Hotel Room is NOT included. Speakers are responsible for their own accommodations.



All courses selected will be processed for professional approval through Florida Board of Landscape Architects, LA CES (accepted in most states) and APA.  Please note that not all courses will qualify for APA credit.  Minimum course length is 1 hour with a minimum of 50 minutes of instruction.  Sessions can be 1, 1-1/2 or 2 hours in length.



Call for Course Submission:      Opens August 1st, 2017

                                                   Closes October 20th, 2017


Notification of Selection:            November 24th, 2017


Digital Course Presentation:      PowerPoint or other submitted by June 15th, 2018 to the                                                                            Education Chair for Posting on the FLASLA website.

Presentations:                            July 26th, 27th, and 28th 2018


What makes a good course?

The course suggestions described below are only suggestions for your benefit. Educators and speakers are encouraged to be creative with presentations and are welcome to offer other subjects and recommendations that may not be listed below.

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Health, Safety & Welfare:

Please keep in mind that approval of courses through Florida Board of Landscape Architecture requires that the courses address health, safety and welfare of the public as landscape architecture licensure is based upon landscape architects protecting the public.  Approval through LA CES also requires that a minimum of “75% of the subject matter applies the principles of mathematical, physical, and social sciences in consultation, evaluation, planning, design (including, but not limited to the preparation and filing of plans, drawings, specifications, and other contract documents), and administration of contracts relative to projects principally directed at the functional and aesthetic use and preservation of land.”


Thank you for supporting the 2018 FL ASLA Conference in Bonita Springs through your educational seminars! We look forward to receiving your applications and making this conference one of the most educational and enjoyable to date.



Leigh Gevelinger
2018 FL ASLA Conference Chair



FLASLA 2018 Conference - Call For Papers Application Form

 Please make sure that the information you input is 100% accurate and complete! It will be used for the conference program, website, speaker biography page, etc.  Failure to submit all information requested may result in the disqualification of your submission.

For your convenience here is a worksheet version of the form: 2018 Call For Papers Worksheet

**NOTE** All submissions for the Call For Papers must be entered through the Online Form. Worksheet WILL NOT be accepted

For assistance, you may hover your mouse cursor over questions that are underlined for additional information, or you may contact Laura Johnson or Patricia Castellano if you have any questions concerning the online submittal

Thank you for your interest and support of FL|ASLA!

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