Attend a September workshop on SITES in California

Published on
17 Aug 2017
Sarah Buente

Southern California faces a variety of unique environmental and climate-related challenges that can be addressed through more sustainable land development practices. The SITES rating system can be used to develop landscapes on sites with or without buildings and takes into account significant water scarcity, coastal issues and high urban density concerns.

There are two upcoming opportunities for Southern California landscape architects, designers, engineers, architects, developers and policy makers to learn more about aligning land development and management with innovative sustainable design through the SITES rating system.

Learn about how you can incorporate SITES into your projects and professional practice by attending a SITES workshop with either USGBC Los Angeles or USGBC Orange County on September 11 or 12.

USGBC Orange County Sustainable SITES Workshop
Mon., September 11, 8:30 a.m.–1 p.m.
Where: Turner Construction Company, 1900 South State College Boulevard, Anaheim, California
Cost: $80 (USGBC-LA and ASLA members), $100 (Nonmembers)

Register to attend the workshop

USGBC Los Angeles Sustainable SITES Workshop
Tues., September 12, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Where: LACI, 525 S. Hewitt St, Training Room 401, Los Angeles, California
Cost: $80 (USGBC-LA and ASLA members), $100 (Nonmembers)

Register to attend the workshop