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Kimberly Mercurio Landscape Architecture /  2023 RIASLA Honor Award

Harwich Port Residence

VIEW ALL OF THE 2023 RI ASLA AWARD-WINNING PROJECTS HERE! 

UPCOMING EVENTS + CHAPTER NEWS

NEWS & ARTICLES

Interested in becoming involved in the RIASLA Executive Committee?
 

RIASLA is looking for new ExCom members. We're especially interested in having younger and diverse members so that we can continue to provide support and representation for all of our professional community.

Please email Kayla Murgo at kaylam@landscapeforms.com for more information.

2023 Scholarship

 

Submissions for the 2023 Brent M. Narkawicz Memorial Sponsorship will be announced shortly. Check here and with your school's RIASLA connections on how to apply. 

 

Historic Marble from the

RI State House Available

Farm Fresh RI discovered a tremendous amount of marble that was destined for the RI State House when it arrived from Georgia in the 1890’s and landed at an enormous cutting facility (built just to cut the State House Marble) in the Valley neighborhood of Providence.  Several years ago Farm Fresh bought the exact 3.2 acre cutting facility site and built our new headquarters.  See this link for the full story and details on how to try to get some fantastic historic materials for your next project.

Farm Fresh Marble

ASLA Climate Action Plan
 

ASLA has developed a Climate Action Plan that is really worth a read and implementation. Let us know how you plan to incorporate these new guidelines in your projects.

Executive Summary

Climate Action Field Guide 

Full Climate Action Plan

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RISD Alumni Reunion 2024

RISD will be hosting their 2nd Annual LDAR Reunion on Thursday, April 25th at 159 Weybosset Street in Providence. RSVP details to follow.

New Job Posting!

The Providence Parks Department is hiring a Landscape Designer.

Find more details here.

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RISD LDAR Lecture March 5, 2024

The departments of Landscape Architecture, Global Arts and Cultures, and the Architecture and Design division welcome Professor of Anthropology Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, author of Field Guide to the Patchy Anthropocene (Stanford University Press, forthcoming), who will present a talk called The New Nature.

This lecture is free and open to the public. Please register your attendance by using this RSVP link.

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS FOR YOUR INCREDIBLE SUPPORT!

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