3rd Annual

Congrats to our 2018 grant winners!

Thanks to all of the emerging professionals in the landscape architecture community who submitted their entries.

We are thrilled to present our first-place winner, and additional 20 grant winners below. Each of them will receive a $2,000 grant to fund his or her participation in the 2018 ASLA Annual Meeting.

Congratulations and we’ll see you in Philadelphia!

2018 Grant Winners

FIRST PLACE

Aaron Luoma
HBB Landscape Architecture | Seattle, WA
University of Washington

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Summary

The Giant Chinquapin is my favorite tree. Landscape architecture provides opportunities for others to have favorite trees and open spaces.

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Additional Grant Winners

(in alphabetical order)

Lisa Biddle

McLean, VA

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Jake Coryell

Minneapolis, MN

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Brent Figlestahler

Annapolis, MD

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Jake Fox

Richmond, VA

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Madeline Goldkamp

Minneapolis, MN

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Jenna Harris

Denver, CO

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Eliana Javaheri

Richmond, VA

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Kangeun Lee

Chicago, IL

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Simon Lee

Portland, OR

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Xuemei Li

Denver, CO

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Kristi Lin

San Diego, CA

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Steve Makrinos

Annapolis, MD

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Lara Remitz

Chicago, IL

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Katia Rios

Seattle, WA

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Whitney Tidd

Altamonte Springs, FL

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Cindy Tong

Friendswood, TX

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Julia Warden

Sacramento, CA

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Brad Weitekamp

Saint Louis, MO

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Patrick Whealton

Baltimore, MD

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Alyse Wright

Seattle, WA

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Proudly Sponsored by

ANOVA

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At Anova, we believe in the power of Landscape Architecture to help solve some of the most significant challenges facing our society, such as stabilizing our climate and increasing mutual understanding across diverse members of society.

Anova created this grant program to help accelerate individuals’ careers in Landscape Architecture. We believe that education and sharing ideas drives personal growth, and the ASLA Annual Meeting provides an exceptional opportunity for engagement, learning and networking.

Details
Along with the grant, all winners will be publicly recognized on the Anova website and at the 2018 ASLA Meeting in Philadelphia. The award winner determined to have the single best answer will receive first-place recognition.

Payment of the $2,000 grants will be split as follows: to help cover attendance costs, each individual winner will be awarded $1,000 in June. The remaining $1,000 of the grant will be awarded when Anova receives an email from recipients displaying proof of attendance in at least three classes, field sessions, workshops or general sessions during the meeting. Winners must provide such proof of attendance by no later than December 31, 2018.

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