ASLA has made the recruitment of young people into the profession of landscape architecture a major priority and encourages its members to be a part of its efforts. As the demand for landscape architectural services increases, enrollment in landscape architecture programs is not keeping pace.
An exciting program all landscape architects can become involved in that takes on this challenge is the ACE Mentor Program.
AS A GROWING NUMBER of local businesses, community organizations, residents, architects and urban planners call on INDOT to rethink its plans to rebuild I-65/70 through downtown Indianapolis, it appears that INDOT is poised to move ahead rapidly, starting with reconstruction of the North Split.
The Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) is now accepting applications for its 2019-2020 LAF Fellowship for Innovation and Leadership. This $25,000 year-long fellowship is a unique opportunity for mid-career and senior-level landscape architects to explore, research, develop, and test big ideas that will bring about positive change and expand the impact of landscape architecture.
Two issues of public importance have arisen in recent weeks that the Executive Committee of INASLA has acted upon. In both cases, a letter of support has been written on behalf of the chapter. Information about both issues is being provided to you. You are welcome and encouraged, as an individual, as a landscape architect, as a business owner, or as however you'd like to present yourself, to communicate your feelings as well in the form of a letter, email, etc.
The ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO offers over 130 courses, allowing attendees to earn up to 24 professional development hours (PDHs). Use the tabs on the left side of the page to browse the field sessions, workshops, education sessions and general sessions that will be featured at this year's annual meeting. Click the link below for more information.