Stay connected, and learn more about SITES at one of our upcoming events. Access on demand recordings of previous events here.

Restoring Nature’s Green Infrastructure: Streams, Wetlands + Floodplains - with Biohabitats (1 SITES CEU)

Wednesday, March 3, 2021, 3:00 - 4:00 pm Eastern

The protection and restoration of aquatic ecosystems is essential to sustainable land design... but why? To answer this question, we must start by understanding sites within the contexts of their watersheds and ecological histories. Once we do that, we can begin to unlock the power of these ecosystems to elevate our designs and bring wide ranging benefits to communities. Biohabitats Senior Ecologist and Practice Leader, Joe Berg will present the webinar, which will include Q&A facilitated by Biohabitats’ landscape architect, Aiman Duckworth.


The Emergence of the SITES Rating System for Enhancing Public Places

Thursday, March 18, 2021, 3:00 - 4:00 pm Mountain

Join the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture's 2021 annual conference for this SITES session, led by SITES program manager Danielle Pieranunzi and Frederick Steiner, one of the founding members of SITES.


SITES Workshop presented by the Landscape Architecture Program at the University of Cincinnati

Thursday, March 25, 2021 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Central

This online workshop will describe the SITES v2 Rating System, identify important steps in the certification process, and prepare participants to make the case for SITES® certification. Attendees will be able to speak to the value of SITES, understand the central rating system components and themes, identify the important steps for pursuing SITES® certification, and set a framework to start studying for the new SITES AP exam. Participants will work in breakout sessions to assess two projects for SITES® certification. Registered participants will be asked to download the SITES® Reference Manual and watch a short introductory video before the workshop. [Approved for 7.5 CEU KYLARB].

Instructors: David Yocca, RLA, FASLA and Virginia L. Russell, RLA, FASLA, SITES AP