Updates from ASLA

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ASLA Advocates AMPLIFY Their Voices

ASLA’s State Government Affairs team recently hosted AMPLIFY—the first two-day virtual state advocacy summit. AMPLIFY brought together over 160 chapter leaders and representatives to learn about the current legislative environment of occupational licensure and to be inspired to increase chapter efforts on climate change advocacy.Read More

LAAB Publishes Revised Accreditation Standards

After an extended review process, the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB) is proud to publish revised Accreditation Standards in line with the profession's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).Read More

In Memoriam: Darwina L. Neal, FASLA

The ASLA community mourns the loss of Darwina L. Neal, the first woman President of ASLA and 2021 ASLA Medal recipient. Neal dedicated her career to promoting landscape architecture through her advocacy and stewardship. She served at the National Park Service for 44 years, including as Chief of Cultural Resources in the Office of Lands, Planning, and Design.Read More

In Memoriam: Donald Brinkerhoff, FASLA

Brinkerhoff, CEO and founder of Lifescapes International, believed in designing bold solutions with elements of surprise along with “theatrical” combinations of softscape and hardscape. Inspired by his world travels, his goal was to create magical, memorable places people enjoy, hence the Lifescapes International mantra, “We Create Gardens People Love.”Read More

In Memoriam: Iain Robertson, ASLA

Associate Professor Emeritus, Iain Robertson, ASLA, passed away on July 27, 2021, at the age of 73. Iain Robertson inspired generations of University of Washington landscape architects and students with his love of and commitment to the natural world.Read More

Upcoming Online Education Opportunities

Join us for two webinars in September and October: Landscape Design with the Irrigation Focus (But First, "The Basics"); and Building Up and Planning Out: Centering People in Long Range Land Use Plans.Read More

JobLink LIVE

Looking to hire new talent at ASLA's Conference on Landscape Architecture in Nashville? JobLink LIVE offers you booth space to feature your firm and schedule interviews for job openings.Read More