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Continuing Education Opportunities

There are plenty of opportunities to earn CEU's!

Wednesday September 24, 2014Sites including Storm Water BMPs, Native Landscaping, and Wetland Restoration
8:30AM – 3:00 PM

We will meet at Lower Cascades Park at the large parking lot beside the Sycamore Shelter at the intersection of W Cascades Park Road and North Old Martinsville Road (Old SR 37) in Bloomington, IN.

Please register by Friday September 12thLunch included in the registration fee.

Registration Fee is $25.00 and will be used to offset the cost of bus rental and lunch. Make Check payable to Eco Logic, LLC.

For event and registration information please see the attached event flyer. 

September 15-20, 2014:  2014 Raingarden Workshops

Locations Vary

Workshops feature Rusty Schmidt, wildlife biologist & landscape ecologist. Mr. Schmidt is the co-author of Blue Thumb Guide to Raingardens. Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System approval requested for all workshops.

A raingarden is a shallow depression planted with deep-rooted native plants and grasses that captures rainwater & slow runoff. They naturally filter stormwater runoff while attracting birds & butterflies. Learn more about raingardens at our featured Indiana workshops. Workshops are geared towards conservation professionals, homeowners, landscape professionals, gardeners, and anyone interested in growing beautiful plants and improving our streams and waterbodies.

For event and registration information please see the attached event flyer. 

October 10, 2014: Vegetated Roof Design and Construction
Capital Conference Center, 201 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204 

For more information on the event and registration please visit the registration page.

This event is approved by the American Institute of Architects for 6.5 HSW Learning Units (Sponsor No. J885) and the Landscape Architect Continuing Education System for 6.5 HSW PDHs. Courses approved by the AIA qualify for Indiana architects and landscape architects. 

October 17, 2014: INASLA Annual Meeting

Butler University, Atherton Union, 704 W. Hampton Drive, Indianapolis, IN

A great line-up of state and national presenters headline this year's INASLA Annual Meeting with topics ranging from small business growth to public engagement strategies to urban forestry to national advocacy issues.  Whatever your interest, this year not only packs the continuing education credits, but promises to show the beauty of landscape architecture at every scale.

Registration fees for this year's INASLA Annual Meeting include parking, breakfast, all education/general sessions and Expo, lunch and the social networking event.  Beverages and snacks will be provided throughout the day.

Register online by visiting  More information regarding meeting schedule, speakers and CEU credits will be made available shortly.




August 2014