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Utah ASLA Chapter


As part of the Utah Chapter ASLA's Annual Meeting in spring, members went on a petroglyph tour of a slot canyon in Zion National Park. When not exploring the canyons, members attended a SketchUp presentation by Daniel Tal and a session by keynote speaker Chad Danos, FASLA.

The Utah ASLA Chapter had an incredible 2016 year with major highlights of the Annual Chapter Meeting, new Mentor program with the local student chapter and the launching of a new website.

The Annual Meeting and & Awards took place in beautiful Red Rock Southern Utah. The keynote speaker was ASLA President Chad Danos. Expert Daniel Tal presented an in-depth learning session on SketchUp, and the most popular mobile tour was Zion National Park.


This year the Utah Chapter launched a redesign of their website, with the hopes of providing landscape architects with the latest tools and news, helping vendors reach landscape architects, and informing the public about the profession.

The mentor program pairs students of the local Utah State University Landscape Architecture Environmental Program (LAEP) with local licensed professional with more than 5 years experience. The mentors will meet monthly with students to explain the ropes of professional landscape architecture, offer real world views of practice and advise students from a practitioners point of view.

Utah ASLA is excited to show off the new website at The website is designed to provide practicing landscape architects with the latest tools and news on local landscape architecture. The website will be helpful for vendors reaching landscape architects and the public looking for information on landscape architecture.

As seen in LASN magazine, December 2016.

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