The George Washington University’s Landscape Design & Sustainable Landscapes Graduate Programswww.nearyou.gwu.edu/landscape
Discriminating, sustainable landscape design adds beauty-and value-to every home, school and office building. As a result, landscape professionals are in great demand. Be part of this growing industry while doing what you love. Whether you are a landscape professional seeking to upgrade your skills, an individual ready for a career change, or an avid amateur with an interest in the art of garden design, our GW programs give you the skills and knowledge you need.GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington, 950 N. Glebe Rd., Suite 250, Arlington, VA 22203 | 703-248-2800
American Society of Landscape Architects. 202-898-2444; asla.org
Association of Professional Landscape Designers. 717-238-9780; apld.org
Brookside Gardens. 1800 Glenallan Ave., Wheaton; 301-962-1400; brooksidegardens.org.
Green Spring Gardens. 4603 Green Spring Rd., Alexandria; 703-642-5173; greenspring.org.
Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens. 1550 Anacostia Ave., NE; 202-426-6905; nps.gov/keaq.
Landscape Contractors Association. 301-948-0810; lcamddcva.org.
Montgomery College Landscape Technology Program. 240-567-7803; montgomerycollege.edu.
Professional Landcare Network. 703-736-9666; landcarenetwork.org.
United States Botanic Garden. 100 Maryland Ave., SW; 202-225-8333; usbg.gov.
United States National Arboretum. 3501 New York Ave., NE; 202-245-2726; usna.usda.gov.
Virginia Tech School of Architecture & Design. 1001 Prince St., Alexandria; 703-706-3003; archdesign.vt.edu.