When:
November 18, 2017 all-day
2017-11-18T00:00:00-08:00
2017-11-19T00:00:00-08:00
Where:
Inn at Laurel Point
680 Montreal Street
Victoria
BC

Join the BCSLA Vancouver Island Chapter, Bartlett Tree Services and Murdoch de Greeff Inc. Landscape Architects as your hosts for a one-day conversation centered on the value of urban green space.
Experts in the field will discuss new research findings on the correlation between human health indicators and access to green space, the benefits of green space to infrastructure, and the climate-resiliency that trees and green spaces help build into cities.
Urban green space is critical – help us reinforce the case for green space inclusion on development and re-development projects in our city.

Urban green space is critical to the health and liveability of our communities.  Please help us reinforce the case for green space inclusion on development and re-development projects in our city. The focus of this workshop is to bring allied professionals together to discuss the issue of the declining tree canopies in our communities. This would be of value and relevance to Landscape Architects, Architects, Planners, Engineers and Arborists as well as Politicians and Municipal staff,  the diverse Development Community and many community based interest groups and coalitions. Tickets for this one day workshop are $100.00 per person which includes breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks followed by a wrap up reception.

For more information, contact Paul de Greeff at paul@mdidesign.ca, (250) 213-6670 / (250) 412-2891 or Illarion Gallant at illarion@shaw.ca , (250) 885-0546.

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