SITES AP Chapter Contest
The SITES AP chapter contest has ended. We are currently gathering the list of test takers, so we can determine who the chapter contest winners are. If you took the exam by March 31, please send an email to Linette Straus by April 7 to be counted, so that your chapter can have a chance to win a half day SITES workshop!
SITES Monthly Highlights Inquiry
needs your help! Do you have helpful hints or good examples to
highlight sections and/or specific topics within the SITES Rating
System? You do?... Great! We’ve created a form for you to share up to
three examples that the Sustainable Design and Development Professional
Practice Network (SDD PPN) and ASLA can use to highlight on the SDD PPN webpage and the ASLA SITES webpage. View an example, fill out the form, and find out how to get involved.
Register for the SITES AP Exam
Register today. The SITES AP Exam is now available at your nearest Prometic location!
Please note that the early bird rate of $300 is only available through June 30, 2017.
Watch the ASLA SITES AP exam prep webinar series on the ASLA Online Learning website to help you study for the exam.
Coming soon on the ASLA Online Education and USBGC Education websites: SITES Webinar on Section 2.2 Pre-Design Assessment and Planning
We are excited to share news regarding the next phase for SITES. ASLA and the University of Texas at Austin have transferred ownership of the SITES Rating System to Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI), the certification body for the LEED green building program from U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), and GBCI is now accepting applications for project certification under the SITES v2 Rating System.
We are confident that GBCI’s leadership of SITES will take the program to the next level and ensure its future growth and influence. ASLA will continue to contribute to the development of SITES as a member of the SITES advisory council and will support the Initiative through ongoing education and promotion activities. ASLA members will continue to be involved on the technical committees that support the Rating System. The role of ASLA, The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin, and the United States Botanic Garden in the development of SITES will be recognized in SITES materials and communications. ASLA members are entitled to discounts for all SITES materials, certification, and, when developed, credentialing.About the Rating System
The Sustainable Sites Initiative™ (SITES®) v2 Rating System is a set of comprehensive, voluntary guidelines and rating system that together asses the sustainable design, construction, and maintenance of landscapes. It is used by landscape architects, designers, engineers, architects, developers, policy-makers, and others to guide land design and development. The SITES v2 Rating System can apply to projects a various scales, with or without buildings. Project types include: open spaces, streetscapes, commercial and educational / institutional campuses, residential neighborhoods and yards, military, and more.About SITES
The SITES Rating System is produced by the Green Business Certification Inc., which owns exclusive rights to the SITES Rating System, its publications and trademarks. The material on which the SITES Rating System is based was developed through a collaborative, interdisciplinary effort of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Fund, The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin, and the United States Botanic Garden.
Explore SITES news from ASLA from 2007 to the present as well as SITES coverage in the news.
For more information or questions, please contact Linette Straus at email@example.com or 202-216-2327