New Fellows will be inducted at the Annual Meeting in New Orleans.
The designation of Fellow is conferred on individuals in recognition of exceptional accomplishments over a sustained period of time. Individuals considered for this distinction must be recommended by the Executive Committee of their local chapter, the Executive Committee of ASLA, or the Executive Committee of the Council of Fellows.Read More
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) announced it has adopted the SITES® rating system for its capital construction program. Owned and managed by Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI), SITES is the most comprehensive program for sustainable land development and management and is used by landscape architects, engineers, architects, developers, and policymakers to align land development with innovative sustainable design.Read More
LAND Question 2: What do you see as the single biggest opportunity for the profession in the years ahead?Read More
LAND Forum Question 2: What do you see as the single biggest opportunity for the profession in the years ahead?Read More
The Federal Highway Administration's memo also features the work that some states are already
doing in this area and how practices may be applied in other jurisdictions.
Please join us for our upcoming presentation in the ASLA Online Learning Series, Intentional Design Strategies to Reconnect Children to Nature.Read More
On June 10-11 in Philadelphia, the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) is convening preeminent thinkers and influencers from around the world to set the course for landscape architecture to make its vital contribution in the 21st century.Read More
The perfect way to celebrate World Landscape Architecture Month: Join a new project to share international work by U.S.-based cultural heritage specialists, who have been bringing their skills and expertise globally for almost a century and on every continent.Read More
The media are full of references to the profession and its practitioners. Here are some of the latest clips.Read More
The social media campaign is in full swing, and "10 Parks" provides a reason for several parties, among other activities.Read More
From landscape architects whose firms specialize in ecological restoration projects, to those working in parks departments and public transportation agencies, the vast majority of PPN members agree that ecological restoration is important to their practice.Read More
The Vermont Urban & Community Forestry Program, with the assistance of its project partners, is seeking an innovative multi-disciplined consultant team to create a comprehensive green street guidance document and associated training materials.Read More
Noel Aveton, ASLA, has been promoted to vice president in Seattle.Read More
Recent member anniversaries and arrivals.Read More