2017 Annual WASLA Conference

Spokane Convention Center, April 21, 2017
One Day, Dynamic Sessions, Ultimate Location


Thank you for attending the 2017 Annual WASLA Conference! We can't wait to see you in 2018.

Where History Meets Nature celebrates city planning that exemplifies an essential sensitivity to each site’s distinct history, its future potential, and the natural processes that shape it. The unique and rich history of a place, the beauty and grit of its surrounds, and the opportunities it makes possible all define the essence that landscape architects work to protect, restore and enhance. Inspired by this year’s conference city, Spokane, Washington, the WASLA 2017 Annual Conference seeks discussions about place-shaping as it relates to intertwining natural assets and the built environment, historical preservation and planning the future, city centers and city perimeters, and other topics that explore our history, challenges, opportunities, and responsibilities when shaping nature. 

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21.APRIL.2017

Where History Meets Nature

Spokane Convention Center
Spokane, WA

 

Thank You to our Sponsors!


PLATINUM SPONSOR

CONFERENCE DAILY SPONSORS

KEYNOTE SPONSOR

MORNING PLENARY SESSION SPONSOR

POST-CONFERENCE RECEPTION SPONSOR

PRE-CONFERENCE RECEPTION SPONSOR

CONFERENCE LUNCHEON SPONSOR

LandscapeForms

BREAKFAST SPONSOR

ANOVA

BREAK SPONSORS

Pacific Earthworks
Ironsmith
Toro

EXHIBITORS

Allplay Systems

AstroTurf
ATS International Flooring
Basalite Concrete Products
Carter Evans Wood Concepts
City Green West Inc.
Coldspring
Columbia Cascade Company
Contech Engineered Solutions
Deeproot Green Infrastructure
Ennis-Flint
Forms + Surfaces
Frank J Martin
Goric
JC Wright Lighting Sales
LandscapeForms
Netafirm USA
Pacific Lighting Systems
Recreation Today
SiteLines Park and Playground Products
Sternberg Lighting
Tournesol Siteworks
Trex