Sponsorships

Moscone Center
747 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
November 11 – 14, 2022

The Conference on Landscape Architecture is the largest event in the world for landscape architecture professionals and only takes place just once a year.  ASLA offers exhibitors many exclusive sponsorship opportunities that will align with your company’s marketing plan and strategy to help you reach your sales goals.

Expand your company’s visibility by using one or all these influential sponsorship tools to reach your target market.

SPONSOR BENEFITS
PREMIER
SPONSORS
$15,000 +
GENERAL
SPONSORS
$10,000 +
SUPPORTING
LEVEL
$5,000 +
A 300-word feature article on your company and your products/services -
including photos and hyperlinks - in LAND, ASLA's biweekly e-newsletter
(circulation 13,000+).
Choice of two complimentary tickets to the Council of Fellows Investiture
Dinner or the President’s Dinner, which features the presentation of ASLA
Honors and Installation of Officers.
One (1) complimentary learning lab session. ASLA education team to approve
topic and content to ensure the program qualifies for PDH credit for
sponsorships valued at $20,000+.
One (1) complimentary ten (10) minute interview with Torey Carter-Conneen,
Chief Executive Officer of ASLA in a "state of the industry" discussion.
Interview posted on ASLA omnichannel. Sponsorships valued at $20,000+.
One (1) complimentary article authored by a member of your team and
published on the Land8 blog. Article to take a thought leader position in the
field of landscape architecture.
One (1) complimentary lunch and learn table. Education topic of choice to be
determined by sponsor.
Company highlighted in the conference mobile app with a robust profile
Opportunity to schedule private space for meetings, presentations, receptions,
etc. located on the same floor as the EXPO. Sponsor responsible for a/v
equipment and food and beverage.
We will hyperlink to your company's website when your company's logo
appears for sponsor recognition on the ASLA Conference on Landscape
Architecture website.
ASLA will release a branded sposnor email to the membership database on
behalf of the spnsor. Content to be approved by the ASLA conference team.
Your logo and booth number displayed in an advertisement to appear in
Landscape Architecture Magazine, thanking sponsors (if purchased by July 31).
Logo presence on conference signage highlighting sponsors.
Your company recognized as a Sponsor of the Conference during the
Conference's general session.
Your logo will appear on the ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture
website, recognizing your company as a valuable sponsor of the Conference.
Sponsor company logo included in an eblast to all conference attendees with
your booth number inviting them to visit your space while at the conference.
Sponsor ribbons on name badges of all your company representatives.

AVAILABLE SPONSORSHIPS:

General Session
$25,000 - Landscape Structures, Inc.

One general session will take place at the conference. This is your opportunity to sponsor the largest gathering of attendees at the event. Sponsorship includes three-minute welcome video from sponsor and onstage recognition at the event.

Lanyards
$25,000 - Forms+Surfaces

Opportunity for one company logo to be present on the conference lanyard. Every conference participant receives a lanyard at registration and is required to wear it for all official conference events.

Education Program & Expo Classroom
$25,000 - PlayCore- 1 Available

Opportunity to customize one (1) education space to create a unique learning environment on the Expo floor. This includes recognition as an education sponsor for the entire conference. The opportunity exists to place sponsor's product in the education space.

Mobile App
$20,000 - Colmet LLC

Increase your visibility and enhance your company image before, during, and after the event. Conference attendees use the mobile app to access daily schedules, networking and social event information, maps, and exhibitor information. An onsite program will not be printed this year making the mobile app unbelievably valuable to attendees. Signage will be placed at the mobile app help desk recognizing sponsorship, as well as recognition in the app.

Council on Fellows Dinner
$20,000 - Landscape Forms

Join friends and colleagues for an elegant evening to honor the newest members of the ASLA Council of Fellows. Council of Fellows members are recognized for their extraordinary work, leadership, knowledge, and service to the profession. Formal attire is appropriate. Sponsor will receive recognition at the event, as well as seats at the ASLA CEO's table.

EXPO Hall Breakfast
$15,000 - BCI Burke

The Sunday breakfast is a popular attendee benefit to begin the busy day with a healthy meal. Food stations are located throughout the EXPO hall with sponsor recognition at each breakfast station. Branding benefits include branded signage at the station and branded napkins.

National Leadership Luncheon
$15,000 - Victor Stanley

Host the ASLA Board of Trustees and Chapter Presidents Council and kick off an exciting event with leaders of allied design organizations. Sponsorship includes a three-minute welcome from sponsor and onstage recognition.

Welcome Reception
$15,000 - 1 Available

Welcome the national ASLA Board of Trustees and Chapter Presidents to San Francisco! They will arrive from all over the country on Wednesday for governance meetings. Help them kick off the conference with a casual reception. Sponsorship includes sponsorship logo on attendee drink tickets, branded napkins and six complimentary invitations for your company employees to attend the event and network with influencers in the field.

First Timers Lounge
$15,000 - 1 Available

Opportunity to customize designated space for first-time conference attendees within the ASLA Pavilion located at the entrance of the EXPO. Sponsor has the option to work with the ASLA Membership Department to select furniture from your product line that supports the activities programmed in the space, but does not require furniture provided by the sponsoring company. Sponsor has the option to program activities in the space with approval by the membership department as well as provide promotional giveaways in the space.

Attendee Gift (Water Bottle)
$15,000 - Ironsmith

It is a tradition at the annual conference for attendees to receive a water bottle as the welcome gift. The bottle will have the sponsors logo prominently displayed on the bottle itself. Every attendee receives a gift at registration. The water bottle dovetails with our profession’s passion for sustainable actions.

reCHARGE Lounge
$10,000 - 1 Available

Get your brand in front of attendees as they take a moment to repower their electronic devices. This charging station will be placed in a high-traffic area for attendees on the EXPO floor.

President’s Dinner
$10,000 - Greenfields Outdoor Fitness

ASLA presents its highest honors each year at the President’s Dinner. The program includes presentation of the Landscape Architecture Firm Award, the ASLA Design Medal, the ASLA Medal, the LaGasse Medals, the Olmsted Medal, the Community Service Award, the Medal of Excellence, the Jot D. Carpenter Teaching Medal, Emerging Professional Medal, and the President’s Medal. Sponsorship includes three-minute video or welcome from sponsor and onstage recognition.

SKETCH
$10,000 - 1 Available

This is one of the most highly engaging spaces on the EXPO floor. This space is where attendees will be able to preview beautiful sketches displayed from the Urban Watercolor field session. This space will also be home to sketch workshops throughout the conference schedule that were buzzing with excitement last year.

Hotel Key Card
$10,000 - Permaloc

What do you confirm that you have with you when you leave your hotel room each morning of the conference? Phone, wallet, hotel key card? Check. Brand the hotel key card for each attendee staying in the conference headquarters hotel. This hotel is located closest to the convention center and hosts the largest number of conference attendees.

Emerging Professionals Zone
$10,000 - Permaloc

Emerging professionals are the future decision makers of our field, and we want to show them how important they are! We have created an Emerging Professionals Zone just outside the EXPO. This zone is home to the Student Awards Theater, JobLink Live, LARE Prep Café, and much more. Get your brand in front of a new audience.

Conference Map
$10,000 - The Chandler Company

The printed conference map is an invaluable tool to attendees throughout the conference. Take advantage of this product and put your brand name “top of mind.”

Every conference participant receives a map at registration. Attendees will reference the map to locate activities and exhibitors on the EXPO floor, receive a quick glance at the conference schedule, and learn about unique opportunities taking place at the conference.

Practice Basecamp
$10,000 - 1 Available

Located on the EXPO Floor, ASLA’s Practice Basecamp offers a range of practice-focused programming on Saturday and Sunday presented in a diverse format of learning environments and session styles. Sponsorship of this high-profile space will allow your brand exposure to hundreds of attendees in this networking and education space.

Emerging Professionals Reception
$8,000 - Vectorworks

The future of the profession is here! At the Emerging Professional Reception, young professionals will mingle with landscape architecture leaders and luminaries inspiring greater connection and new partnerships. Sponsorship includes three-minute welcome from sponsor and onstage recognition.

ASLA Honorary Members and National Leadership Reception
$8,000 - 1 Available

Join members of the ASLA elected leadership from across the country as they gather to bestow honorary membership upon friends of the landscape architecture profession. Honorary membership in ASLA is among the highest honors the Society may bestow upon non-landscape architects. Sponsorship includes three-minute welcome from sponsor and onstage recognition.

Portrait Studio
$8,000 - Equiparc

The Portrait Studio welcomes all attendees during EXPO hours to get a complimentary professional headshot. Attendees will receive a digital copy. The Portrait Booth will be co-branded with the sponsor and the sponsor will be recognized in promotion of the attendee engagement activity.

Alumni Tailgate
$5,000 - Hunter Industries

There will be more than thirty schools participating in this event on the EXPO floor. The reception is schedule for Saturday, from 4:30-6:30pm. Each school will be showing their school spirit with a designated table. Attendees will be invited to the sponsor’s EXPO booth at the end of the reception to learn which schools are walking away as winners. Sponsor logo can be present on school promotional outreach materials, if confirmed by April 2022.

Game Changers
$5,000 - 1 Available

Dovetail your brand with the solutions of the future. It takes big ideas to move a profession forward. Presentations are inclusive of different perspectives, voices, and backgrounds. We are inviting attendees to share ideas of what the profession should be doing tomorrow. During these fast-paced, innovative talks, presenters will have just seven minutes to share game changing ideas. Sponsor recognition can be present on promotional outreach materials, if confirmed by April 2022.

Plant / Floral Sponsor
$5,000 - 1 plant and one floral opportunity Available

Got plants or flowers? Highlight your variety of plants throughout the conference. Work directly with the conference team to select appropriate size of trees and shrubbery for multiple spaces throughout the convention center space and conference activities.

ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITIES:

Learning Lab
$3,000 each - 4 Available, ECOcrete

Build better brand awareness and generate additional sales by demonstrating your thought leadership and expertise in an ASLA Learning Lab, live in the EXPO. Five Learning Labs may be reserved in 60-minute blocks during EXPO hours, allowing 50 minutes of instruction time. The presentation area will be equipped with a screen and projector, and a podium. Submitting exhibitors must be (or become) a LA CES education provider. Learning Labs cannot include any proprietary information. Exhibitor Application

Saturday Beverage Bar
$2,000 each - 4 Available

Saturday beverage stations are a popular attendee benefit. Attendees like to begin their busy day with a cup of coffee and wind down with a cocktail. Stations located throughout the EXPO with sponsor recognition at your designated beverage bar. Coffee service will occur from 9:30am -11am on Saturday and bar service will occur on Saturday afternoon from 4:30pm-6pm during the Alumni Tailgate. Branding benefits include branded signage at the station, branded napkins, and recognition on the EXPO map.

Field Sessions
$2,000 full-day session / $1,500 half-day session - 26 Available

Field sessions are extremely popular with attendees year after year. This year we are offering 26 unique field sessions that are sure to sell out. See below for more information on each session.

The sponsor of each individual session will be recognized during the kick-off of each field session, receive two complimentary tickets to attend the field session, opportunity to spend the day with a captured audience of participants and provide promotional giveaways during the tour. Logo present on field session signage.

Buzzing Through Pollinator Gardens
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 47

Friday, November 11, 2022

Session Time: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Track: Resilience and Stewardship

Field Session Leader: Patricia Algara, ASLA - BASE Landscape Architecture, Inc.

Field Session Leader: Bonnie A. Morse - Bonnie Bee & Company

Field Session Presenter: Cesar Moran Cahusac - With Honey in the Heart

Field Session Presenter: Audrey Fusco - Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN)

Field Session Presenter: Paul R. Kephart, ASLA - Rana Creek

Experience examples at different scales of pollinator gardens that provide practical knowledge and innovation on design, wildlife restoration, installation, and pollinator diversity needs. Experience how to design for pollinators and will see ecological restoration and land stewardship practices that promote pollinator habitat in the urban, suburban and agrarian environments. 

Facebook/meta Headquarters: A Decade of Design, Construction, and Care
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 47

Friday, November 11, 2022

Session Time: 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Track: Design Implementation

Field Session Leader: Rayna deNiord, ASLA - CMG Landscape Architecture

Field Session Leader: Lauren Swezey, LEED Green Associate - Meta

Field Session Presenter: Lisa Daye, ASLA - CMG Landscape Architecture

Field Session Presenter: Molly Batchelder - SBCA Tree Consulting

Field Session Presenter: Jeff Colton - Jensen Landscape

Facebook/Meta’s Headquarters is situated in a rapidly evolving and liminal landscape. Over the past 10-years, the campus has evolved into a complex mosaic of social spaces, ecology, and infrastructure. The design responds to this challenging context with inventive solutions that build on company culture to create a vibrant, sustainable workplace.

Urban Wild in Transition: How a Landfill Became a Community Treasure
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Friday, November 11, 2022 

Session Time: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM 

Track: Resilience and Stewardship 

 

Field Session Leader: Julia Price, ASLA - CMG Landscape Architecture 

Field Session Leader: John R. Gibbs, ASLA, LEED AP - WRT 

Field Session Presenter: Susan K. Moffat - UC Berkeley Future Histories Lab 

Field Session Presenter: Peter Trio - WRT 

Once a landfill on the San Francisco Bay, the Albany Bulb is now a beloved public landscape of rubble, guerrilla art, thickets, and wetlands serving an amalgam of users, ecologies and infrastructures. Explore its unique beauty, challenges and the role designers can play in the evolution of similar urban wilds. 

Muir Woods: The Forest and Surrounding Watershed
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Friday, November 11, 2022 

Session Time: 8:15 AM - 2:15 PM 

Track: Resilience and Stewardship 

 

Field Session Leader: Dena Kennett, ASLA - National Park Service 

Field Session Leader: Kirsten Holder - NPS, Golden Gate National Recreation Area 

Field Session Presenter: Brian A. Aviles - National Park Service, Golden Gate National Recreation Area 

Field Session Presenter: Mia Monroe - NPS, Golden Gate National Recreation Area 

Field Session Presenter: Carolyn Shoulders - NPS, Golden Gate National Recreation Area 

Walk among old growth coast redwoods, cooling their roots in the fresh water of Redwood Creek and lifting their crowns to reach the sun and fog. This federally protected primeval forest is both refuge and laboratory, revealing our relationship with the living landscape. What will you discover in Muir Woods? 

Hidden Strategy: Rebirth of Two Communities Through Government Investment in Public Spaces
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 25 

Friday, November 11, 2022 

Session Time: 8:30 AM - 4:45 PM 

Track: Planning, Urban Design, and Infrastructure 

 

Field Session Leader: Lizzy Hirsch, ASLA - San Francisco Public Works Landscape Architecture Bureau 

Field Session Leader: Cara Ruppert, ASLA - San Francisco Recreation & Park Department 

Field Session Presenter: Brian Strong, na - San Francisco Public Works 

Field Session Presenter: Julie Christensen, na - Dogpatch & NW Potrero Hill Green Benefit District 

Field Session Presenter: Willet Moss, ASLA - CMG landscape architecture 

San Francisco has transformed the Chinatown and North Beach neighborhoods through 20 years of strategic investment in public parks. Experience an insider’s tour and hear directly how local landscape architects have fulfilled every key role in this transformation by representing government agencies, design teams, nonprofit organizations, and the community.  

New Mobility in the Urban Landscape: A Bicycle Tour of Alameda Island
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 25 

Friday, November 11, 2022 

Session Time: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Track: Planning, Urban Design, and Infrastructure 

 

Field Session Leader: Ryan Booth, ASLA - Alta Planning + Design 

Field Session Leader: Austin Dunn, ASLA - Alta Planning + Design 

Field Session Presenter: April Philips, FASLA - April Philips Design Works 

Field Session Presenter: Rochelle Wheeler - City of Alameda 

Field Session Presenter: Dean w. Williams- GLS Landscape |Architecture 

Join us as we explore the rapidly changing Alameda Point by ferry and bicycle. We’ll investigate the roles that public transportation, bicycle infrastructure, and parks play in the ongoing development of the island. Recently built landscapes exemplify what’s possible when waterfronts and transportation corridors are designed with a human-centered approach. 

Can We Transform San Francisco’s Vulnerable Waterfront with Equity, Opportunity and Ecology?
$1,500 - Available

The Port’s historic waterfront is threatened by sea level rise and earthquakes. See built and planned ideas for floating, raising, or retreating from the Bay, and how a resilient, equitable and nature-based public realm can enhance infrastructure. Tour the Downtown Ferry Terminal, Ferry Building, and the renowned Exploratorium science museum. 

Material Landscapes: Fabrication, Innovation and Collaboration
$2,000 - Available

Integral to the process of creating meaningful and memorable landscapes is cultivating a sense of material authenticity. This field session will explore the collaborative partnerships with local fabricators that push the boundaries of material innovation. A series of landscape projects and fabrication studios will be showcased in the session. 

SKETCH SF! Drawn Through the Heart of San Francisco
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 30 

Friday, November 11, 2022 

Session Time: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM 

Track: Design and the Creative Process 

 

Field Session Leader: Chip Sullivan, FASLA - UC Berkeley 

Field Session Leader: Robert Chipman, ASLA - Robert Chipman Landscape Architect, Inc 

Field Session Presenter: James Richards, FASLA - JamesRichardsSketchbook.com 

Field Session Presenter: Richard Alomar, ASLA - Rutgers University 

Join fellow drawing enthusiasts for a day of on-location sketching through the heart of San Francisco’s urban plazas, streetscapes and public art. Bring your favorite drawing and watercolor materials and comfortable walking shoes; accordion sketchbooks will be provided. Sketchbooks will be displayed at the ASLA exhibitor’s hall. 

Sharpen Your Landscape Architecture Photography Skills in the Golden City
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 30 

 

Friday, November 11, 2022 

Session Time: 9:15 AM - 5:00 PM 

Track: Design and the Creative Process 

 

Field Session Leader: Sahar Coston-Hardy, Affil. ASLA - Sahar Coston-Hardy Photography 

Field Session Leader: James A. Lord, FASLA - Surfacedesign, Inc. 

Field Session Presenter: Chris McGee - Landscape Architecture Magazine 

Field Session Presenter: Marion Brenner, ASLA - Marion Brenner Photographer 

Field Session Presenter: Tim Kirby, ASLA - Surfacedesign, inc. 

Designers and photography enthusiasts work with professionals to enhance their landscape architecture photography. We will tour South Mission Bay: Mariposa Park, Smith Cardiovascular Research Building, Pier-Point Lane, and conclude with a photo critique. Photo assignments assist attendees in achieving professional photographic results. Session images will be displayed at the EXPO. 

LGBTQ+ Castro: Past, Present, and Future
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 25-30 

Friday, November 11, 2022 

Session Time: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Track: Planning, Urban Design, and Infrastructure 

 

Field Session Leader: Yu-Sheng Dent, ASLA - SWA Group 

Field Session Leader: Brian Springfield - The Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza 

Field Session Presenter: serge Gay - Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza 

Field Session Presenter: Eric Heiman - Volume Inc. 

Field Session Presenter: Samuel M. Favela, Jr. - Castro LGBTQ Cultural District 

San Francisco serves as the global center of culture, activism, and sanctuary for the LGBTQ+ community. Join us to walk the Castro to highlight LGBTQ+ history, Harvey Milk’s impact, queer arts, memorials, and future development that will define the district and ensure it remains an inclusive destination that welcomes everyone. 

Creating Authentic Nature Exploration Experiences
$1,500 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Friday, November 11, 2022 

Session Time: 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM 

Track: Design and the Creative Process 

 

Field Session Leader: Maria Durana - San Francisco Recreation and Park Department 

Field Session Leader: Amy C. Miller - California Academy of Sciences 

Field Session Presenter: Sloane Bullecks - Bienenstock Natural Playgrounds 

Field Session Presenter: Stephanie Hansen, ASLA - Bienenstock Natural Playgrounds 

Unstructured outdoor play isn’t just kid’s stuff - it is essential for the healthy development of minds and bodies. Experience the growing trend of nature play with us and gather valuable industry insight from new hands-on spaces that activate and encourage our instinctive curiosity about the natural world. 

The Presidio Tunnel Tops – Transforming Infrastructure into a Park for All
$1,500 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Friday, November 11, 2022 

Session Time: 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM 

Track: Planning, Urban Design, and Infrastructure 

 

Field Session Leader: Richard Kennedy, ASLA - James Corner Field Operations 

Field Session Leader: Michael Boland, FASLA - Presidio Trust 

Field Session Presenter: Greg Moore - Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy 

Field Session Presenter: Kerry Huang, ASLA - James Corner Field Operations 

This session will explore how the renewal of the derelict freeway approach to the Golden Gate Bridge propelled a vision for parklands on the top of new roadway tunnels. Community action, philanthropy, and design were marshaled to transform the Presidio of San Francisco into a national park site for all. 

Landscapes of the UC Berkeley Campus
$1,500 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Friday, November 11, 2022 

Session Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM 

Track: Resilience and Stewardship 

 

Field Session Leader: Gary L. Strang, FASLA, AIA - GLS Landscape | Architecture 

Field Session Leader: John Leys, LEED AP, PE - Sherwood Design Engineers 

Field Session Presenter: James R. Horner - UC Berkeley 

The 150-year-old Berkeley campus has evolved over three principal periods of American landscape design. Review the evolution of planning and design from Frederick Law Olmsted’s concept plan to modern-day practitioners, learn how planning and design shapes campus climate resilience, and discover how the campus landscape continues to evolve. 

Designing Resilient Tech Campuses in Silicon Valley: Meeting Challenges of Climate Change
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Monday, November 14, 2022 

Session Time: 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM 

Track: Resilience and Stewardship 

 

Field Session Leader: James Stickley, ASLA, LEED AP - WRT Planning & Design 

Field Session Leader: Joe Howard, ASLA - H.T. Harvey & Associates 

Field Session Presenter: John Leys, LEED AP, PE - Sherwood Design Engineers 

Three global technology leaders are retooling their Bay Area Campuses and testing new approaches to resilient landscapes that also meet the needs of their collaborative workplace cultures. Join us on a tour of three new Silicon Valley campuses for Microsoft, Google & Facebook as we explore their innovative new outcomes. 

Building Equitable Community: A Tour of San Francisco Affordable Housing Developments
$1,500 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Monday, November 14, 2022 

Session Time: 7:45 AM - 12:45 PM 

Track: Planning, Urban Design, and Infrastructure 

 

Field Session Leader: Anson Ting Fung Wong, Assoc. ASLA - GLS Landscape|Architecture 

Field Session Leader: Tim Mollette-Parks, ASLA - Mithun 

Field Session Presenter: Erin Feeney, AIA, LEED AP - David Baker Architects 

Field Session Presenter: Monique Crossley, ASLA - Swords to Plowshares 

Field Session Presenter: Elaine Yee - Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) 

Visit recently completed affordable housing projects that serve low-income families, formerly homeless, veterans and transitional age youth in the Mission District, Potrero Hill and Mission Bay neighborhoods. Designers, developers and activists will share stories of the journey from community vision to implementation responding to San Francisco’s housing affordability crisis. 

Living Building Challenge: Navigating an Environmentally Responsive Winery from Production to Tasting
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Monday, November 14, 2022 

Session Time: 7:45 AM - 3:15 PM 

Track: Resilience and Stewardship 

 

Field Session Leader: James Munden, ASLA - Munden Fry Landscape Associates 

Field Session Leader: Marta Fry, ASLA - MFLA. Munden Fry Landscape Associates 

Field Session Presenter: Thomas Bertotti - Bertotti Landscaping, Inc. 

Vineyards rank amongst the top 10 most water-intensive crops in California, presenting an opportunity for an industry steeped in tradition, to innovate in regenerative systems and infrastructure. Join us in exploring how environmental and social benefits can be executed elegantly to sustain an adaptable ecosystem & produce an outstanding wine.

The Gardens of Alcatraz - History, Horticulture, and Humanity on the Rock
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Monday, November 14, 2022 

Session Time: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM 

Track: Resilience and Stewardship 

 

Field Session Leader: Jessica Rozul, ASLA - BASE Landscape Architecture 

Field Session Leader: Sutter Wehmeier, ASLA - BASE Landscape Architecture 

Field Session Presenter: Shelagh L. Fritz - Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy 

Field Session Presenter: Marney Beard - Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy 

Field Session Presenter: Christopher Kent, ASLA, LEED AP - PGAdesign 

In touring the Alcatraz Historic Gardens, you will visit one of the Bay Area’s iconic landscapes while learning about the rehabilitation of gardens created by officers and prisoners. This tour illustrates the importance of horticulture on “The Rock”, while highlighting ecological design, historic preservation, and issues of equity in corrections. 

Fight, Love, Live – Water and Culture at San Francisco's Edge
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Monday, November 14, 2022 

Session Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Track: Design and the Creative Process 

 

Field Session Leader: Thomas Woltz, FASLA - Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects 

Field Session Leader: Mark E. Strieter, ASLA - Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects 

Field Session Presenter: Alex Fernandez - Filoli Historic House and Gardens 

Field Session Presenter: Naomi Miroglio, FAIA - Architectural Resources Group 

Filoli is a historic house set in formal gardens, surrounded by a nature preserve. Join the design team and Filoli leadership to explore the site and approach to envisioning its future that extends beyond the house and gardens, into the greater ecological and cultural context to engage more diverse audiences. 

Resiliency and Innovation: Evolution of Stanford’s Olmsted Plan and Contemporary Design
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Monday, November 14, 2022 

Session Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Track: Olmsted & Beyond: Practice in Progress 

 

Field Session Leader: Cathy Blake, FASLA - Stanford University 

Field Session Leader: Krista M. Van Hove, ASLA - Stanford University 

Field Session Presenter: Scott Sebastian, ASLA - sebastian & associates 

Field Session Presenter: David Walker, ASLA, FASLA - PWP Landscape Architecture 

Field Session Presenter: John L. Wong, FASLA - SWA Group 

For over 125 years, this premier research and teaching institution has incorporated climate responsive design, native plant material, and water conservation. See first-hand how the avant-garde campus framework has adapted to modern day education, circulation, and housing needs that are welcoming to students, faculty, and staff from around the world. 

Walking Mission Bay: Open Space Resilience Along the Reimagined Southeastern Waterfront
$1,500 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Monday, November 14, 2022 

Session Time: 8:15 AM – 12:45 PM 

Track: Planning, Urban Design, and Infrastructure 

 

Field Session Leader: James A. Lord, FASLA - Surfacedesign, Inc. 

Field Session Leader: Michal Kapitulnik, ASLA - Surfacedesign Inc 

Field Session Presenter: Kelvin Sharma- AECOM 

Field Session Presenter: Will DiBernardo - SCAPE Landscape Architecture 

Field Session Presenter: Seth Rodewald-Bates, ASLA - James Corner Field Operations 

Nestled between the Bay and the Pacific Ocean San Francisco is surrounded by and defined by its waterfront context. The featured projects along the southeastern waterfront cultivate community connections, provide recreational amenities both on land and water, connect to existing multimodal trails, and integrate a range of innovative resiliency approaches.  

Bike the Blue Greenway: Tour Waterfront Sites and the Urban Trail Network
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 20 

Monday, November 14, 2022 

Session Time: 8:15 AM - 4:45 PM 

Presentation Time: 8:15 AM - 4:45 PM 

Track: Planning, Urban Design, and Infrastructure 

 

Field Session Leader: Sarah Moos Thompson, ASLA - Bionic 

Field Session Leader: Maya Rodgers - San Francisco Parks Alliance 

Field Session Presenter: Nathan Lozier, ASLA, SITES AP - RHAA 

Field Session Presenter: David Fletcher, ASLA - Fletcher Studio, Inc. 

Take a bicycle-led tour along SF’s Blue Greenway to learn about the multi-agency collaborative planning and design effort to implement a visionary urban waterfront trail and open space network along the southeastern waterfront. Visit built sites and hear from landscape architects, planners, agency- and community-members involved in the decades-long process. 

San Francisco's Landscapes in the Sky
$2,000 - Green Theory Design

Capacity: 47 

Monday, November 14, 2022 

Session Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM 

Track: Planning, Urban Design, and Infrastructure 

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Field Session Leader: Adam Greenspan, ASLA - PWP Landscape Architecture 

Field Session Leader: Haven Kiers, ASLA - University of California, Davi 

Field Session Presenter: Jason Dewees - Grubb & Nadler, Inc. 

Field Session Presenter: Ashley Langworthy, AICP, LEED AP - BRV 

Field Session Presenter: Robin Grossinger - San Francisco Estuary institute 

Rooftop landscapes hold the promise of an expanded urban landscape that focuses on human experience, access to nature, and the potential to increase habitat and biodiversity in the city. This session will focus on the rooftops of San Francisco and will visit Salesforce Park and the California Academy of Sciences. 

Quantifying Climate Resilience in the Public Environment
$1,500 - Available

Capacity: 47 

Monday, November 14, 2022 

Session Time: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 

Track: Resilience and Stewardship 

 

Field Session Leader: Amy Cupples, ASLA, AICP, LEED AP - Cupples Keller Designs 

Field Session Leader: Blake J. Sanborn, ASLA - AECOM 

A transect of several sustainably designed projects that show how our focus and knowledge of designing for climate change in the East Bay has evolved into a technical science addressing drought, rising water levels, seismic threat, and fire. 

The Donnell Garden: An Icon of California Modernism
$2,000 - Available

Capacity: 25 

Monday, November 14, 2022 

Session Time: 9:00 AM - 2:45 PM 

Track: Design and the Creative Process 

 

Field Session Leader: Elizabeth Boults, ASLA, SITES AP - University of California, Davis 

Field Session Leader: Marc Treib, Hon. ASLA - UC Berkeley 

The revolutionary design of Thomas Church's 1947 Donnell Garden in Sonoma County epitomized the outdoor life that defined California at mid-century. This tour will provide the rare opportunity to visit the garden and see its kidney-shaped pool (and swim-through sculpture!) that has become an icon of modernist landscape design. 

Lunch & Learn
$1,500 each - 10 Available

Help attendees connect on the EXPO floor through round-table discussions over lunch boxes. Each roundtable will have a designated topic and one facilitator. Attendees will be invited to choose a lunch box and join a table discussion of their choice. Exhibitor will help choose their roundtable topic and will have the opportunity for a company employee to facilitate the conversation at the designated sponsor table.

BRANDING OPPORTUNITIES:

Digital | Level 1 of Moscone Center
$4,000 - 1 Available

Four (4) individual screens that are 46” available. Sponsor images will be in a shared rotation of ASLA content signage. Static images can be looped to change every 10 seconds. Floor dedicated to field session rooms.

Digital | Upper Level of Moscone Center
$1,000 - 1 Available

One (1) screen created by four (4) 46” monitors grouped together. Sponsor images will be in a shared rotation of ASLA content signage. Static images can be looped to change every 10 seconds. Floor dedicated to the general session.

Digital | Level 2 of Moscone Center
$4,000 - BCI Burke

Four (4) screens created by four (4) 46” monitors grouped together. Sponsor images will be in a shared rotation of ASLA content signage. Static images can be looped to change every 10 seconds. Floor dedicated to concurrent education sessions.

Digital | Level 3 of Moscone Center
$4,000 - 1 Available

Four (4) screens created by four (4) 46” monitors grouped together. Sponsor images will be in a shared rotation of ASLA content signage. Static images can be looped to change every 10 seconds. Floor dedicated to concurrent education sessions.

Install | Column Wrap
$15,000 - 1 available

There are four (4) columns available to co-brand with ASLA in the lobby of the Moscone South Building. This lobby will host the conference registration area, host chapter area, mobile app help desk and serve as the main entrance for the duration of the conference.

Install | Banners
3 packages available

Package 1 - $8,000 (3 banners)

Package 2 - $8,000 (3 banners)

Package 3 - $12,000 (4 banners)

There are ten (10) banner positions available to co-brand with ASLA in the lobby of the Moscone South Building. This lobby will host the conference registration area, host chapter area, mobile app help desk and serve as the main entrance for the duration of the conference. Sponsorship price includes banner production and rigging fees.

Install | Escalators
$20,000 - 1 available

There are two (2) sets of escalators available to brand that lead attendees from the main lobby of the Moscone South Building. These escalators transport attendees from the conference registration hub to the entrance of the EXPO and Emerging Professionals Zone. The branding of the escalators will be an impactful display of your brand. Please note the position of the escalators has two flights of stairs that run between them as a separate branding opportunity.

Install | Stairs
$12,000 - 1 available

There are two (2) flights of stairs available to brand that lead attendees from the main lobby of the Moscone South Building. These stairs transport attendees from the conference registration hub to the entrance of the EXPO and Emerging Professionals Zone. The branding of the stairs will be an impactful display of your brand. Please note the position of the stairs runs between the two sets of escalators.

Hand Sanitizer Stations
$3,500 - 1 package available

There are fifteen (15) hand sanitizer stations available to custom brand for attendee use in the Moscone South Building. These stations will be strategically positioned within the registration lobby at the entrance of the building.


 Questions about sponsorships?

Contact the ASLA Sales Managers at 202-216-2363 or email.