05-20-21 | News

Utah ASLA Hosts Virtual Conference May 20-21, 2021

The ASLA Utah Annual Conference Theme is "Opportunity"

This year's ASLA Utah Chapter Conference will be taking place virtually across two days from May 20-21. The conference theme "Opportunity" focuses on both the national and local level.

The Annual ASLA Utah Chapter Conference will be held virtually from May 20 through May 21, 2021, in a duo of half-day themes, National Opportunity, and Local Opportunity.


The conference is centered around "Opportunity" as we recover from the pandemic and look forward, the Utah ASLA chapter is looking forward to the future.

Thursday, May 20 will start with local Radio Host, Doug Fabrizio kicking off National Opportunity Day. Speakers on Thursday include Tom Morz, Kona Gray, and Gina Ford. Sessions begin at 8 a.m. and end at 12:30 p.m. on both days.

Friday focuses on Local Opportunity and will start the day off with an update on USU and their Canyon House Residency program. Friday will include The Principal's Roundtable, where four local leaders including, Shalae Larsen, Kelly Gillman, Dave Nicholas, and Chris Sands, will speak in a panel format which will be moderated by Josh Sundloff.


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