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SITELINES Magazine transition

 Sitelines magazine, the voice of Landscape Architects practicing in BC, is undergoing a transformation to reflect the shifting and expanding profession of Landscape Architecture. The aspiration of the Sitelines Editorial Advisory Board is for Sitelines to be a platform for Landscape Architects and allied professionals to share information, and engage in open dialogue about current issues, and evolve alongside the profession in order to remain relevant in the ever-changing, complex and uncertain world around us.  To provide feedback on Sitelines Magazine, email [email protected] with the subject, “Sitelines Feedback.”  The new format will be in full-colour and will be published by Naylor Publications twice a year. The 2020 edition has been scheduled for mail out on May 2020 and October 2020. Watch this space for details

 Thank you very much to the loyal and generous advertisers who have supported Sitelines and BCSLA programs. Also a big thank you to Odette Hildalgo, Sitelines Graphic Artist, and Addon Creative Principal. She has always gone the extra mile to make Sitelines a fantastic publication. Another thank you to Initial Print Inc. for their wonderful work. We will continue to work with Odette and the Initial Print team on other projects.

 

Through the years several volunteers have served as Sitelines Editors. We are grateful to: Andrew Wilson, Cameron Murray, Laura Jean Kelly, Jane Green, Brett Hitchins, Jessica Tan, Michelle Cloghesy, Donna Chomichuk, Kathy McKee-Flaherty and Mary Chan Yip. Additionally Don Vaughan, LMBCSLA, FCSLA, ASLA, served as the CSLA Fellows Editor for the past three years. Don invited CSLA Fellows to share stories of how they found landscape architecture as a career and how they exemplify the profession.  . 

2020 Sitelines Media Kit

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Click to view background photo & credits
Project: Richmond Gate
Landscape Architect / Firm: LADR Landscape Architects
Location: Saanich, British Columbia
Photo Credit: LADR