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Take advantage of the Canadian dollar, and learn for less at Grey to Green 2016!

on May 24, 2016 at 8:00 am under

Learn for less at Grey to Green 2016

Hello, colleagues! Have you registered yet?

The 4th Annual Grey to Green Conference on Green Infrastructure and Climate Change, presented by Green Roofs for Healthy Cities, takes place in Toronto, Ontario, on June 1 – 4, 2016.  Returning to Ryerson University’s Department of Architectural Science, this year’s conference addresses climate change with green infrastructure by featuring over 50 presentations, an industry trade show, tours of innovative green roofs and five professionally trained courses.

This interdisciplinary conference will explore the latest science on green roof performance, economic valuation and public policy developments, new technological developments, and best practices in design, installation and maintenance.

Learn for less at Grey to Green 2016

As Media Partners once again for Grey to Green 2016, we here at want you to take advantage of the low Canadian dollar and:

Attend keynotes and technical sessions led by industry professionals such as Barbara Deutsch, FASLA, Executive Director, Landscape Architecture Foundation, and Craig Applegath, Architect, OAA, AIA, FRAIC, LEED AP BD+C, Principal, DIALOG:

Learn for less at Grey to Green 2016


Keynote: Beyond Form and Function: Integrating Performance-based Design into Beautiful Practice
Barbara Deutsch,
Landscape Architecture Foundation

Session: Coming Full Circle:
The Future of Living Architecture Design
Craig Applegath,

Network with colleagues at Networking on the Lake on Thursday, June 2nd. Sample locally brewed beer, tour the Toronto Music Garden and HTO Park, and meet like-minded industry professionals:

Learn for less at Grey to Green 2016

Tour Toronto’s most innovative green infrastructure projects such as the University of Toronto’s Green Roof Innovation Testing Laboratory (GRIT Lab) and Ryerson University’s quarter acre rooftop farm in the heart of downtown Toronto, among others:

Learn for less at Grey to Green 2016

Ryerson University Rooftop Farm Tour

University of Toronto GRIT Lab Tour

Pan Am Village/ Canary District Tour

Enhance your knowledge with professional development training courses and receive continuing education credits, and so much more:

Learn for less at Grey to Green 2016

Conference Delegate Pass includes all sessions & keynote speakers, trade show, hospitality (coffee breaks & lunch on trade show floor), and webcast proceedings.

Learn for less at Grey to Green 2016

For more information visit Grey to Green at

Hopefully Aramis and I will see you in lovely Toronto on June 1st!

Linda S. Velazquez, ASLA, LEED AP, GRP Publisher


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