The American Society of Landscape Architects just kicked off a green infrastructure design competition, called the Campus Rainworks Challenge, at colleges and universities.
The competition, which ASLA is holding in conjunction with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water, the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Water Environment Federation, is open to undergraduate and graduate student teams. Each team's goal is to create an innovative green infrastructure design for a specific campus site. The aim is to show how managing stormwater at its source can benefit the campus community and the environment. Winning teams will earn a cash prize, as well as research funds for their faculty advisor to conduct research on green infrastructure.
ASLA will provide volunteer judges for the first and second rounds and will host the final round of judging in the spring. Winners will be announced on April 22.

Details are available on the ASLA website.