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What will ASLA look like in 2030?

Over the past year, we have listened to our members and reflected on over 20 months of challenges and opportunities highlighted by a global pandemic, record-breaking storms, floods, wildfires, droughts, repeated attacks on licensure and demands for social justice.

The combination of new insights and the current reality demanded that ASLA reset and embark on a journey with our members to identify their needs as professional landscape architects and leaders in their communities. We believe that by building a more connected community, we can meet the challenges of today and create a brighter future.

At the 2021 Conference on Landscape Architecture in Nashville, Tom Mroz, FASLA, immediate past President of ASLA, and Torey Carter-Conneen, Chief Executive Officer, shared our vision of ASLA’s future: one that improves all of our communities with innovative solutions and a people-centric approach to our work.


We are committed to continuing the conversation about the future of ASLA and welcome your thoughts and feedback. Please send your comments and ideas to

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