OUTSIDE WEBINAR: SHARING PERSPECTIVES
Registration is free.
Friday, Apr 24, 2020 from 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
To foster the conversation on promoting sustainable landscaping in Florida, 1000 Friends is pleased to continue to partner with OUTSIDE 2020. This webinar builds on our OUTSIDE 2020 webinar held in 2019 to foster continued dialog in preparation for the OUTSIDE 2020 Collaborative workshop in Clermont which has been postponed until October 22-23, 2020.
Presenters include: Dr. Patrick Bohlen, Director of Landscape and Natural Resources (LNR) and Arboretum and Professor of Biology at the University of Central Florida, Levey Consulting Managing Director Dr. Richard Levey, Ph.D., AICP, and Lake County Florida District 2 Commissioner Sean Parks.
This event has been approved for professional certification credits for Planners (1.5 AICP CM #9198513), Certified Floodplain Managers and Florida Certified Environmental Health Professionals.
Let's shift the
FLORIDA LANDSCAPE PARADIGM
Let's shift the
FLORIDA LANDSCAPE PARADIGM
OUTSIDE focuses on the intersection of academia, industry and government in order to shift the Florida landscape towards more sustainable landscaping. It provides a forum for collaboration, the sharing of best practices and showcasing innovative projects and trends. Through a unique, collaborative, virtual platform, we will unravel the issues, define the most relevant topics and build a strategic framework to advance sustainable landscaping in the State.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Stakeholders and influencers who are passionate about building a sustainable future for Florida, believe in the power of collaboration, and want to learn about the latest trends around landscaping, development, place-building, and environmental conservation.
Industry & Professional Associations
Local & State Government
Water Management Districts
CONTINUING EDUCATIONIn order to receive CEU credits, you MUST register by Wednesday, October 14th. Landscape Architect DBPR: 8 credits
Florida Water Star Accredited Professionals: 4 credits
ISA: 4.5 credits
AICP: 4.5 credits
Florida Environmental Health Professionals: 4.5 credits
Certified Floodplain Manager: 4.5 credits
Florida Bar Law: 5 credits
Irrigation Association: 5 credits
Community Association Manager DBPR: 3 credits
FNGLA: 4 credits
HOW DO I ATTEND?
The OUTSIDE virtual experience will be accessible via your mobile device and/or your web browser. With live discussions, Q&A, polling, gamification, and more, attendees will be able to partake in an interactive and engaging experience. We will be live streaming from Casa Feliz in Winter Park, FL. For more information on how to attend OUTSIDE, follow this link.
Jeff VanderMeer, a Florida local for over 30 years, is an award-winning novelist known for his emphasis on environmental themes. His critically acclaimed novel Borne was called “a thorough marvel” by Colson Whitehead, was a finalist for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, and is being developed for television by AMC. His critically acclaimed New York Times-bestselling Southern Reach trilogy won the Shirley Jackson Award and Nebula Award. The trilogy prompted the New Yorker to call the author “the weird Thoreau”, and was published in 35 countries, with Paramount Pictures releasing a movie in 2018. VanderMeer’s nonfiction, often about conservation and ecology, has appeared in the New York Times, the Guardian, the Atlantic, and the Los Angeles Times. His latest book is Dead Astronauts, the focus of a profile in the New York Times. He has lectured at MIT, Yale, the Library of Congress, and many more. Online, VanderMeer has been an avid social media advocate for use of native plants and sustainable landscaping. He lives in Tallahassee, Florida, with his wife, the award-winning editor Ann VanderMeer.
The OUTSIDE Webinar series will continue in April 2021. More details will be available soon.
There will be a number of OUTSIDE tours throughout the state of Florida in 2021. The first tours will begin in the Spring. More details will be available soon.
OUTSIDE will be hosting several workshops in 2021. More details will be available soon.
If you previously attend the OUTSIDE 2020 Virtual Collab, you can continue the conversation via the official OUSIDE 2020 Whova App, available for free for both iPhone and Android.
Get the most out of the app and start collaborating with speakers, committee members, and attended now.
We are seeking notable projects which focus on sustainable landscapes, development, place-building, and/or environmental conservation.
Or if you cannot see the form or prefer to submit via PDF, please download the fillable pdf form here. Please send your submission as either an attachment, zipped folder, dropbox link, or google drive link to firstname.lastname@example.org with OUTSIDE: Notable Projects Submission in the subject line.
- February 2021
- January 2021
- November 2020