Is anyone interested in participating in a new online forum?

I am putting together an online forum focused on homeowners who want to learn more about timely issues related to landscape architecture. We are setting up one forum localized for each state, and want to have an expert moderator from each chapter of the ASLA who will contribute a thought provoking or interesting article on a regular basis. This can be material written specifically for this purpose or something you have on hand, but it should be written with the homeowner in mind. There is no cost to participate, and your contact information, logo, and a profile on you will be included along with the content. This is a great marketing and branding tool, as this search engine optimized forum will be marketed to homeowners currently engaged in upgrading their property. My company Choosedirect, is a manufacturer and retailer of outdoor kitchens, spas, and other water features, and we are developing this forum to help our customers in their home upgrades.

Thanks,
Josh

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Josh,

I like to explore this further. I'm a landscape architect and have been involved in residential design/build for 26 years (ouch, that seems like a long time) in NJ, PA and NY. I'd like to see how many other LA's in other areas are interested.

Thanks,

Jonathan
I am interested as well; please let me know more of what you expect... (North Carolina)
Hi Josh, has anything happened with this since you posted in November? Just saw your entry a minute ago. I might be interested as well. As a sole practitioner, about 95% of my work in in the residential sphere.

Thanks!

Ted Cleary, ASLA
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