DeepRoot Exhibiting at the ASLA Show This Weekend

The trees at the Christian Science Center in Boston are planted in the oldest suspended pavement system in the US that we are aware of. Flickr credit: izzointer

The trees at the Christian Science Center in Boston are planted in the oldest suspended pavement system in the US that we are aware of. Flickr credit: izzointer

We’re exhibiting at the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) show this weekend in Boston! We’re in Booth 2037.

The Expo will take place at the Boston Convention Center, and in addition to the tradeshow floor, there are a ton of great speakers on the schedule.

Friday, November 15th

10:30am – 12pm: James Urban and Norm Hummel speak on “Healthy Soils: Physical, Organic, and Chemical Properties” (room 253).

1:30pm – 3pm: David Nowak and David Rouse speak on “Assessing the impact of landscape designs on ecosystem services” (room 258).

1:30pm – 3pm: Uwe Brandes, Mark Buckley and Deb Guenther speak on “The monetization of ecosystem services” (room 204).

3:30pm – 5pm: Tim Duggan, Jim Schuessler and David Yocca speak on “Complete/Green Streets: Long-Term Performance Through Systems Integration” (room 210).

Saturday, November 16th

11am – 12:30pm: Jose Alminana, Hunter Beckham, Signe Nielsen, Richard Piacentini, Margot Taylor and Kate Van Tassel speak on “Better Business: A SITES pilot project discussion with designers and their clients” (room 153).

Monday, November 18th

8am – 9:30am: Chet Halka, Edmund Hollander, Theodore Kiefer, and Michael Van Valkenburgh speak about “Unlocking creativity through new avenues of designer/grower collaboration” (room 157).

These are just a few of the great events and talks that will be happening this weekend. Stop by to see us, and download the ASLA app to help keep you calendar organized!

 

 

 

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