April is World Landscape Architecture Month, a month-long celebration of landscape architecture and the design of public and private spaces. Similar to last year, each ASLA member will receive a wallet sized card to use on social media. All you have to do is take pictures with the card in the image and then share on social media using #WLAM2019. “This is Landscape Architecture” which opens the narrative potential to include design process photos, public workshops, construction photos, and other elements of our practice. This month is our opportunity to show the world what we do. The power to share that narrative is in the hands of every ASLA member and its just one social media post away! ASLA will showcase all of these efforts to create a national story that promotes the landscape architecture profession.

‘This Is Landscape Architecture’ Social Media Campaign

The idea: For landscape architects across the globe to take photos of their work and their design process, along with a wallet-sized card that reads “This Is Landscape Architecture,” and then share them on social media using #WLAM2019.

The goal: To celebrate the work and importance of our profession across the globe.

Our request: For all of our members to participate! This is a great way for us to show off our own landscape architecture work on a global scale. Find out more here:

The sharing begins on April 1 – let’s take advantage of this opportunity to shine!


No problem, that’s what we are here for! Just sent the photos you’d like us to post to and we’ll work with you to develop a narrative and post to the Chapter social media channels!

WLAM Lecture - April 29, 2019



Date: Monday, April 29th, 5-6 pm
Location: AIA Office, 1400 S St, Sacramento, CA 95811

Let's celebrate World Landscape Architecture Month (WLAM) with a presentation and discussion featuring two National ASLA award winning firms: Hargreaves Associates + Office of James Burnett. Free and open to the public.

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Meghen Quinn, Principal, RLA, ASLA, LEED AP

Hargreaves Associates

Meghen Quinn provides expertise in conceptualization, design, and construction of institutional, commercial, and public landscapes of a variety of types and scales. Her project experience includes working with derelict and adaptive reuse sites, reflecting a range of interests with a consistent focus on expressing the context of the site: its history, natural systems, and inhabitants. Ms. Quinn is adept at the use of BIM technology not only as an efficient, collaborative design tool, but as a catalyst for developing performance-based site systems. She is versed at managing project teams of all sizes and collaborating with a broad and diverse group of stakeholders.

Ms. Quinn holds a Master of Landscape Architecture and a Master of Urban & Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia; as well as a Bachelor of Science from Miami University. She is a registered landscape architect in California and a LEED accredited professional.


Dillion Diers, Principal, ASLA

Office of James Burnett

As a Managing Principal in OJB’s Solana Beach office, Dillon is passionate about creating expressive landscapes and timeless gardens that illustrate his finely tuned sense of innovative design.  During his 11 years at OJB, he has collaborated with many accomplished and highly regarded architects and developers on a wide range of creative workplace, mixed-use, retail and urban design projects throughout the U.S. and Mexico.  Committed to nurturing the professional development of his team members, Dillon encourages contribution and authorship from all collaborators.

Notable projects currently under Dillon’s leadership include the Pathline Park in Sunnyvale, CA; Westfield Century City in Los Angeles, CA; and Westfield Valley Fair in San Jose, CA, and the Annenberg Pet Space educational and pet adoption center. Dillon received a Bachelor’s of Science in Landscape Architecture from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.