CTASLA is proud to offer a variety of quality continuing education programs each year. The following links are brochures for past programs. Copies of presentations or slides are made available for a limited time following each program, and only those those individuals who registered.

In June of 2020, the chapter began offering continuing education through webinars. Information on past programs can be found below; no stand-alone brochure. Select programs have been recorded and can be viewed on our webinars page.

Information on programs hosted prior to 2016 is available upon request. Please contact for assistance.


If you would like to submit a module proposal for consideration for a future continuing education program, please see the guidelines and submission form.

Past Webinars
  • 2021 Professional, Student, and Chapter Awards
  • Exploring Uneven Geographies Through Disruptive Engagement
  • Grace Farm as a Model for Reimagining the Suburban Landscape
  • 10 Trees to Avoid, 15 Natives You Need to Know
  • Swimming Pool Enclosure Code Requirements Explained
  • Using Reclaimed Materials in Hardscape Projects
  • Wildlife as Formgiver in Lighting Design
  • Opportunities for Permeable Paving
  • Best Practices for Managing Trees During Design & Construction
  • All Ages, All Abilities, All the Time
  • Security Lighting for People & Property
  • Natural Stone, Thin Veneer: The Basics
  • Tree Filter Systems and Planters for Stormwater Management
  • Pedestrian & Pathway LED Lighting
  • Observing Construction: Techniques, Tips & Thoughts
  • Risk and Resiliency: Adapting to Connecticut's Changing Climate
2020 Programs
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Risk and Resiliency: Adapting to Connecticut's Changing Climate

February 19, 2020

Hartford, CT  

2019 Programs
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WATER: Conservation, Mitigation, Creation, and Restoration

October 30, 2019

Danbury, CT  

2018 Programs
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Getting Started, Growing, Transitioning, or Keeping It Going 

November 14, 2018

Danbury, CT  

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Lighting Fundamentals: Footcandles, Poles, and Pollution Prevention 

June 19, 2018

New Haven, CT  

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Wetlands, Greenways & Pavements: Connecting Land, Water & People   

February 22, 2018

Bridgeport, CT  

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Bituminous Clay Brick Pavers Installation   

September 26, 2018

Hartford, CT  

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All About Bulbs: Blends, Trends, and Old Friends 

May 4, 2018

Bridgeport, CT  

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Site Tour: Meriden Green 

August 8, 2018

Meriden, CT  

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The Life and Gardens of Beatrix Farrand 

April 24, 2018

Hartford, CT  

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2017 Residential Design Expo

November 2, 2017

Danbury, CT  

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Olmsted Parks in Transition: Respecting the Past, Planning for the Future   

April 28-29, 2017

Hartford, CT  

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Designing Green Roofs & Plazas 

September 28, 2017

Hartford, CT  

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From Rooftops to Retaining Walls: Hardscapes Solutions for Designers 

February 23, 2017

Bridgeport, CT

2017 Programs
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Designing Trails & Greenways: Pathways For Success

November 10, 2016

Hartford, CT  

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Balancing Economic Development with Historic Preservation   

June 24, 2016

Portland, CT  

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Water, Water, Everywhere

September 15, 2016

Stamford, CT  

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From Concept to Porch Step: The Custom Stone Fabrication Process

May 12, 2016

Beacon Falls, CT

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Pavers, Porcelain, and Stone

February 25, 2016

Bridgeport, CT

2016 Programs

P.O. Box 209197, New Haven, CT 06520 

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