Last October, at the 2011 ASLA Annual Meeting in San Diego, I attended an education session entitled “Nontraditional Careers for Landscape Architects”. I thought, at the time, that it would be an interesting session to attend because I, too, fit into that category, as a landscape architect who works for an environmental planning firm. In times like these when jobs are difficult to find, it is important for us, as professionals, to expand our horizons and make ourselves more marketable …


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