June 8 Virtual
June 9 In-Person
The conference will take place virtually on June 8th. On June 9, there will be in-person site tours. You can register for either or both!
We (Potomac, Maryland, and Virginia Chapters) are excited to announce our 2023 Regional Conference theme is "Artful Resiliency." This means we
will focus on topics that show how landscapes shape the people, places, and climate around us.
Please take time to be sure you are selecting the correct ticket.
We made it possible for you to attend EITHER the virtual conference OR a tour OR both! If you want to attend both the virtual conference AND a tour, you will have to select 2 tickets: one for the conference and one for the tour. Scroll down the list of ticket options to find the tour tickets.
4.0 PDHs for the three sessions on June 8 are pending:
*Artful Resiliency in the Hirshhorn Garden
*Transforming Landscapes of Underserved Urban Audiences
*Flood Adaptation in Practice: From the Watershed to the Parcel Level
You'll also be treated to several student presentations during our lunch break.
Click here for the program. All virtual conference registrants will receive a link to the recording, in case you can't attend all of the sessions on June 8.
In-person site tours are offered on June 9, with LA CES credits pending:
*26 East in Annapolis, which received an award in Residential Design from both the Maryland and Potomac Chapters. (11am-12pm)
*National Native American Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC, another Potomac Chapter award winner. (10:30-11:30am)
*ViBe Creative District: Planning the Leftover Spaces, Virginia Beach, a Virginia Chapter award winner (3:30-5pm)
*University of Maryland in College Park, highlighting initiatives for innovation in green infrastructure practices and additional commitments to the environment. (9am-12pm)
*Silver Spring Metro Plaza in Silver Spring, MD, is an urban landscape with the lightest imaginable footprint.
Find out more details on the tours here.