Project Funding for Landscape Architecture Projects

ASLA members will now have exclusive access to a tailored list of federal funding opportunities.

Matthew Gallagher


ASLA worked to pass the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act and the Inflation Reduction Act. These laws are creating enhanced funding opportunities for landscape architects to lead community projects nationwide. ASLA members will now have exclusive access to a tailored list of these and other funding opportunities.

The maze of federal grant notices can often be expansive and overwhelming. So, ASLA will cultivate this central list of funding opportunities based on relevance to the profession. Additionally, the federal funding programs listed here will be aligned with the priorities and federal programs that ASLA members identified in the 2023-24 Federal & State Policy Priorities survey, including climate change and biodiversity, water management, parks and recreation, active transportation, environmental justice, and more.

In some instances, landscape architects and their firms may need to collaborate with state and local governments, Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO’s), non-profits, or others to submit applications for requests for proposals (RFP’s) and notice of funding opportunities (NOFO’s).

The list is accessible only to ASLA members. It will be updated in real time to display new opportunities as they become available. This product can be found at: It will also exist on the iAdvocate homepage on the ASLA website, under the “Funding” tab. For additional questions, please contact


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