Though sponsored by American Ecological Engineering Society, the Certified
Ecological Designer program is not intended exclusively for engineers;
rather the program promotes an integrated practice and is open to all
interested practitioners from ecology, engineering, landscape architecture,
architecture, planning, or related disciplines.
here for the list of current Certified Ecological
Designers by state.
Who can apply?
certifications are offered:
Ecological Designer (CED)
Ecological Designer (AED)
Individuals certified by AEES as
Ecological Designers must have demonstrated expertise in the integration of
the science of ecology and practice of design. Certification is based upon
a combination of:
Experience as demonstrated in a portfolio of
completed work, and
Active participation in an
AEES-sponsored Certified Ecological Designer workshop & charrette.
Successful applicants may
represent themselves as Certified Ecological Designers (CED) or Associate
Ecological Designers (AED).
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Design in the Ozarks - A Workshop & Design Charrette
15-17, 2013, Fayetteville, Arkansas
the requirements for AEES certification.
more information and to register click here.
the Practice of Ecological Design
workshop and charrette that helps fulfill certification requirements
held at the AEES Annual Conference
7-9, 2013, East Lansing, Michigan
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