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Be a Professional Practice Network Leader

Call for Professional Practice Network (PPN) Leadership Volunteers
Deadline: December 1, 2022

If you are passionate about your landscape architecture practice area—whether it is ecological restoration, planting design, urban design, or any one of ASLA’s 20 PPNs—consider volunteering to join your PPN’s leadership team.

PPN leaders provide input on specific practice area needs and ASLA programming, including organizing webinars, developing blog posts for The Field, and planning PPN events at the ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture. Appointments are for one year, and all ASLA members are welcome to volunteer. Most leadership teams meet once a month via Zoom during regular working hours. Come nerd out with like-minded professionals about your practice area niche!

To volunteer as a PPN leader, just complete this short form.

Visit for the full list of PPNs and review the leadership toolkit for additional information. For an overview of PPN activities, please see the 2021 Year in Review.

Please note: all ASLA members are welcome to volunteer to be a PPN leader, but you must be a member of the PPN whose leadership team you would like to join. If you’re not sure which PPN(s) you are currently a member of, please log in to ASLA members’ PPNs are listed on the Activities / Orders tab in your member profile. Members may request to change or add a PPN at any time via this form or by contacting ASLA Member Services.

ASLA is committed to fostering a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. ASLA staff and member volunteers uphold the Society’s Standards of Conduct and comply with the PPN Guidelines. ASLA values are excellence, integrity, diversity, leadership, and stewardship. The ASLA culture is collaborative, inclusive, member-focused, accountable, and volunteer-supported.

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