Roger Green graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Environmental Studies degree in 1977 and a Master of Landscape Architecture degree in 1982. He has been a full member of SALA and CSLA since 1985. Roger held brief memberships in BCSLA during the 1990's and the AALA at the turn of the century.
Although Roger has successfully avoided any executive positions with SALA, he has volunteered for a wide range of activities. Some of those tasks include editing the SALA newsletter for several years, assisting in organizing two Congresses, and, most recently, representing SALA on the CSLA Board of Directors. Here he has been prominently serving as Chair of the Awards Task Force, streamlining the Awards Program to reflect modern technologies
Roger's professional career began in 1980 at Hilderman Witty Crosby Hanna & Associates in Winnipeg and Saskatoon. His experience includes a range of public and private sector positions throughout Saskatchewan and across western Canada. In 2001, he completed the circle by rejoining Crosby Hanna & Associates, where he is an Associate and manages the firm's Regina office. Roger's emphasis has consistently focused on design development across a wide range of project types, scales and contexts in both urban and natural settings.