Sustainability + Land Architecture

Artwalk 2012 Map

Medicinal Plant Seminar by Aris Stalis

Artwalk 2012 Map

Glastonbury 2012 Artwalk Brochure Map

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Seymour Historical Society, Seymour, CT



Debra De Vries-Dalton is guest critic at Naugatuck Valley Community College,

Landscape Design Department, December 14, 2012.

Debra De Vries-Dalton elected as Secretary, Executive Committee for the

Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, 2012-2014.

Aris Stalis is appointed Chairman of Program Committee at Construction Institute,

June 2012 - June 2013. Construction Institute offers over fifteen major programs and special events per year, with unrivaled networking opportunities to interact with diverse industry professionals.

Debra De Vries-Dalton is Director of Glastonbury Artwalk4, May 4 - May 29, 2012

Glastonbury's Fourth Annual Art Exhibit and Sale is co-sponsored by Glastonbury Art Guild and Glastonbury Town Center Initiative GTCI), a non-profit organization whose goal is creating a lively, walkable Town Center through promoting pedestrian-friendly urban design and supporting a diversified mix of downtown businesses.

Aris Stalis Speaks About Medicinal Uses of Plants Throughout History

Seymour Historical Society featured Aris W. Stalis as speaker for their Seminar, "Nature and Medicine - New Englanders have long used plants for healing purposes", presented Sunday, April 29, 2012. Aris also explored how plants continue to play a vital role in the modern landscape, promoting the health of individuals and communities. Aris Stalis began redesigning the Seymour Historical Society's grounds in 2011.

Aris Stalis Moderates CT Green Building Council's/USGBC Webinar

O+M 201 Green Operations & Multi-Tenant Engagement in LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance was presented March 2012 in Orange, CT. The webinar featured experiences, successes and failures in multi-tenant engagement for commercial real estate office buildings achieving LEED for Existing Buildings: O&M.

2011 Green Advocate Award awarded to Stepping Stones Museum for Children

from the CT Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council. Key design elements include a green roof, rain gardens and pervious pavements and interactive garden environments for children's learning. More

Aris Land Studio leading Site Renovation and Development at Berlin High School

The focus is to implement sustainable strategies to meet the State of Connecticut's High Efficiency Building requirements, improve site circulation, and to create effective outdoor learning environments as part of the school program's 2012 expansion and renovation.

Oyster Shell Park is a Pilot Project for the Sustainable Sites Initiative

Located in Norwalk, CT, the project is assisting to develop metrics for measuring the sustainability of site design. Aris Stalis integrated innovative design techniques as Landscape Architect for planning and design. More


Debra De Vries-Dalton elected to CTASLA Executive Committee

Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects Announces 2011-2012 Executive Committee More