World Food Prize Hall of Laureates
World Food Prize Hall of Laureates
Cowles Commons & The Des Moines Civic Center
Cowles Commons & The Des Moines Civic Center
Cowles Commons
Cowles Commons
The Riverwalk Hub
The Riverwalk Hub
East Locust Street in the East Village
East Locust Street in the East Village
Iowa State Capitol West Terrace
Iowa State Capitol West Terrace
Pappajohn Sculpture Park
Pappajohn Sculpture Park
Women of Achievement Bridge and Robert D. Ray Asian Garden
Women of Achievement Bridge and Robert D. Ray Asian Garden
Principal Riverwalk – Iowa Women of Achievement Bridge
Principal Riverwalk – Iowa Women of Achievement Bridge
Rotary Riverwalk Park
Rotary Riverwalk Park
Des Moines River Concept
Des Moines River Concept
Brenton Skating Plaza
Brenton Skating Plaza
Civic Gardens & City Hall
Civic Gardens & City Hall
Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden
Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden
Gray’s Lake Park
Gray’s Lake Park
Shattering Silence Sculpture and Downtown Skyline
Shattering Silence Sculpture and Downtown Skyline
Des Moines Skyline
Des Moines Skyline
High Trestle Trail Bridge over the Des Moines River
High Trestle Trail Bridge over the Des Moines River

 

The Central States is comprised of SIX individual chapters of the American Society of Landscape Architects.  These chapters come together once a year for camaraderie, learning, advancing the profession and to celebrate their best work.

The six ASLA Central States chapters are ArkansasGreat Plains, Iowa, Oklahoma, Prairie Gateway and St. Louis. These chapters encompass the eight US states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas. The Twelfth Annual Central States Conference will be hosted by the ASLA Iowa chapter April 19-21, 2017 at the World Food Prize Hall of Laureates in downtown Des Moines, IA.  Additional details coming soon!  For more information, meanwhile, please contact Stacy Ernst 816-678-2004.

 

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ARCHIVES

2016 – Little Rock, ARUrban Strategies in the Natural State – April 13-15

2015 – Oklahoma City, OK The Art of Collaboration – April 22-24

2014 – Omaha, NEHealthy Communities:  Designing for Future Generations – April 9-11

2013 – St. Louis, MO – Transformations:  The New Landscape – March 20-22

2012 – Kansas City, MOShaping Community:  Celebrate Collaborate Create – May 2-4

2011 – Des Moines IA  – Landscape Urbanism:  Economics of Healthy Communities – May 4-6

2010 – Oklahoma City, OK – Sustainability:  Redefining Design, Reinforcing Nature – April 22-24

2009 – Omaha, NE  – Boundless Design:  Expanding the Creative Community – May 14-16

2008 – St. Louis, MO  – Moving Targets:  Understanding Our Changing Landscapes – April 21-23

2007 – Kansas City, MO  – Inside the Outside Environment:  Emerging Technologies in Landscape Architecture – April 19-20

  • Speakers Tours Schedule Awards Sponsors Brochure Photos

2006 – Des Moines, IA - People & Parks:  From the Corner Lot to the Nation’s Playgrounds – May 18-19

  • Speakers Tours Schedule Awards Sponsors Brochure Photos

anybody have any archives to add?  Please contact Stacy Ernst