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Unformatted text preview: ASLA American Society of Landscape Architects About ASLA Founded in 1899, ASLA is the national professional association representing the landscape architecture profession. Beginning with 11 original members, ASLA has grown to more than 18,000 members and 48 chapters, representing all 50 states, U.S. territories, and 42 countries around the world. ASLA promotes the landscape architecture profession and advances the practice through advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship. The Society’s mission is to lead, to educate, and to participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments. Join ASLA and Strengthen the Landscape Architect’s Voice ASLA Honor Award Recipient, Bassil Mountain Escape by Vladimir Djurovic Landscape Architecture (photograph by Geraldine Bruneel) Join the premier organization for landscape architecture professionals. Become a member at www.asla.org or call 1-888-999-ASLA (2752). On the Cover: Top left: Photograph by Guy Wenborne Top right: ASLA Honor Award Recipient, Woody Creek Garden by Design Workshop, Inc. (photograph by D.A. Horchner/Design Workshop) Bottom left: Photograph by Bruce Katz Bottom right: Photograph by Gilles Sabrié t Printed with soy inks on recycled paper by a carbon neutral printing facility. Join the premier organization for landscape architecture professionals. ASLA American Society of Landscape Architects About ASLA Founded in 1899, ASLA is the national professional association representing the landscape architecture profession. Beginning with 11 original members, ASLA has grown to more than 18,000 members and 48 chapters, representing all 50 states, U.S. territories, and 42 countries around the world. ASLA promotes the landscape architecture profession and advances the practice through advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship. The Society’s mission is to lead, to educate, and to participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments. Join ASLA and Strengthen the Landscape Architect’s Voice ASLA Honor Award Recipient, Bassil Mountain Escape by Vladimir Djurovic Landscape Architecture (photograph by Geraldine Bruneel) Join the premier organization for landscape architecture professionals. Become a member at www.asla.org or call 1-888-999-ASLA (2752). On the Cover: Top left: Photograph by Guy Wenborne Top right: ASLA Honor Award Recipient, Woody Creek Garden by Design Workshop, Inc. (photograph by D.A. Horchner/Design Workshop) Bottom left: Photograph by Bruce Katz Bottom right: Photograph by Gilles Sabrié t Printed with soy inks on recycled paper by a carbon neutral printing facility. Join the premier organization for landscape architecture professionals. Five compelling reasons you should join ASLA today: 1 Raising the visibility of the profession of landscape architecture is ASLA’s top priority. The Society focuses on increasing recognition for the profession within the design and construction industry, with public officials, and with the general public. A special emphasis is placed on building awareness of the value of hiring a landscape architecture professional. The annual awards program illustrates the remarkable work professionals and students are creating in all areas of practice. National Landscape Architecture Month is celebrated each April with public outreach activities across the country. Since ASLA increased its focus on public awareness six years ago, print media coverage of the profession has grown by more than 70 percent and television coverage has improved tenfold. 2 4 Lead Sustainable Change in the Industry and Beyond Landscape architects have been committed to sustainability for more than 100 years and ASLA is leading the design and construction industry to promote regenerative practices. In 2006, ASLA built a green roof on its headquarters building in Washington, D.C., to position the profession at the forefront of this sustainable Grow Your Business with Valuable Professional Resources Members consistently rank ASLA’s Landscape Architecture magazine among the top benefits of membership. Receive a free listing for your firm in Firm Finder, the searchable online directory connecting more than 90,000 potential clients with landscape architecture professionals each year. The ASLA Business Quarterly surveys firm leaders about billings and inquiries to provide you with timely economic outlook information. Use ASLA’s Standard Form Contract for professional services. Access the Professional Practice Resource Center and join any of the 17 Professional Practice Networks to connect with colleagues with similar practice interests. The new Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System™ will identify courses for you to stay on top of the latest practice information, develop new areas of expertise, and maintain your license (where required). Strengthen the Landscape Architect’s Voice on Public Policy Increased public awareness strengthens the profession’s advocacy for vital legislative and regulatory issues. The ASLA Advocacy Network connects you with your elected officials at the state and federal levels and communicates your expertise on public policy issues important to the profession. ASLA protects the practice of landscape architecture and supports state licensure in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Each year, ASLA members from every chapter participate in Advocacy Days in Washington, D.C., and in their hometowns to reach out to members of Congress in shaping federal policies on environmental protection, water resources, surface transportation, small business, the Historic American Landscapes Survey, security design, and many other issues. 3 building technology. Thousands of visitors tour the roof each year and an interactive web-based education program provides virtual visits for those who can’t come in person. ASLA is collaborating on development of the Sustainable Sites Initiative. By providing metrics for rating the sustainability of a wide variety of planned sites—much like the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® rating system provides for buildings—sustainable design can extend beyond structures and maximize site performance. Raise Awareness of the Profession 5 Membership Benefits ASLA Membership Categories Full ASLA Member* A full member has graduated from an accredited landscape architecture program or a program recognized by the Society and/or is licensed to practice landscape architecture and has three or more years of professional experience. Photograph by Elizabeth Felicella / MVVA Members of ASLA receive the following benefits free of charge: Members receive substantial discounts on: • ASLA membership designation • Landscape Architecture, the monthly magazine of ASLA • Firm Finder listing for your firm • LAND Online, the bi-weekly e-newsletter • One Professional Practice Network (additional networks available at a nominal charge) • The ASLA Business Quarterly, the economic outlook for the profession, delivered every three months • Access to the Professional Practice Resource Center and research services • Landscape Architecture Technical Information Series • JobLink résumé posting • ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO registration fees • JobLink job postings • Award entry fees • Use of the ASLA Standard Form Contract for Professional Services • National Salary and Business Indicators surveys • LANDCADD, ESRI, and Vectorworks Landmark software • Liability insurance • Dell computers, car rentals, and many other valuable products and services Associate ASLA Member* An associate member has graduated from an accredited landscape architecture program or a program recognized by the Society and has less than three years of professional experience. National dues are discounted the first through third years of membership. After the third year of membership, associate members are automatically upgraded to full membership. International ASLA Member An international member is a landscape architect residing outside the U.S. and its possessions, Canada, Mexico, and the islands of the Caribbean. Student Affiliate ASLA Member A student affiliate member is enrolled in a nonaccredited landscape architecture program or a related course of study, or may be considering a career in landscape architecture. Affiliate ASLA Member* An affiliate member does not have a degree in landscape architecture and is not licensed to practice landscape architecture, but is employed in a related field such as planning, design, or construction or provides products or services to the landscape architecture profession. Corporate ASLA Member Any company that supplies landscape architecture products or services is eligible for corporate membership, which includes one free Affiliate ASLA membership (and chapter dues) for an individual company representative and many marketing benefits. Student ASLA Member A student member is enrolled in an accredited landscape architecture program or a program recognized by the Society leading to an undergraduate or graduate degree or certificate in landscape architecture. ASLA Honor Award Recipient, So What? By Ah’bé Landscape Architects * Chapter dues are required for U.S. members in these categories at a cost determined by each chapter. ASLA Honor Award Recipient, Altamira Ranch by Marmol Radziner and Associates (photograph by Steve Gunther) Demonstrate Your Commitment to the Highest Standards of the Profession You’ve worked hard to get where you are today. Members of the Society are proud to use “ASLA” as a suffix after their names to denote their commitment to the highest ethical standards of the profession and to the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments. This exclusive credential shows clients and colleagues that you have met ASLA’s membership requirements and are affiliated with the premier professional association for landscape architects—an important competitive edge. To create a stronger profession—ASLA needs YOU Join ASLA today to become a part of this important effort. For more information about membership and its benefits, visit www.asla.org or call 1-888-999-ASLA (2752). Join the premier organization for landscape architecture professionals. Complete and return the enclosed application or call ASLA Member Services today at 888-999-ASLA (2752). Five compelling reasons you should join ASLA today: 1 Raising the visibility of the profession of landscape architecture is ASLA’s top priority. The Society focuses on increasing recognition for the profession within the design and construction industry, with public officials, and with the general public. A special emphasis is placed on building awareness of the value of hiring a landscape architecture professional. The annual awards program illustrates the remarkable work professionals and students are creating in all areas of practice. National Landscape Architecture Month is celebrated each April with public outreach activities across the country. Since ASLA increased its focus on public awareness six years ago, print media coverage of the profession has grown by more than 70 percent and television coverage has improved tenfold. 2 4 Lead Sustainable Change in the Industry and Beyond Landscape architects have been committed to sustainability for more than 100 years and ASLA is leading the design and construction industry to promote regenerative practices. In 2006, ASLA built a green roof on its headquarters building in Washington, D.C., to position the profession at the forefront of this sustainable Grow Your Business with Valuable Professional Resources Members consistently rank ASLA’s Landscape Architecture magazine among the top benefits of membership. Receive a free listing for your firm in Firm Finder, the searchable online directory connecting more than 90,000 potential clients with landscape architecture professionals each year. The ASLA Business Quarterly surveys firm leaders about billings and inquiries to provide you with timely economic outlook information. Use ASLA’s Standard Form Contract for professional services. Access the Professional Practice Resource Center and join any of the 17 Professional Practice Networks to connect with colleagues with similar practice interests. The new Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System™ will identify courses for you to stay on top of the latest practice information, develop new areas of expertise, and maintain your license (where required). Strengthen the Landscape Architect’s Voice on Public Policy Increased public awareness strengthens the profession’s advocacy for vital legislative and regulatory issues. The ASLA Advocacy Network connects you with your elected officials at the state and federal levels and communicates your expertise on public policy issues important to the profession. ASLA protects the practice of landscape architecture and supports state licensure in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Each year, ASLA members from every chapter participate in Advocacy Days in Washington, D.C., and in their hometowns to reach out to members of Congress in shaping federal policies on environmental protection, water resources, surface transportation, small business, the Historic American Landscapes Survey, security design, and many other issues. 3 building technology. Thousands of visitors tour the roof each year and an interactive web-based education program provides virtual visits for those who can’t come in person. ASLA is collaborating on development of the Sustainable Sites Initiative. By providing metrics for rating the sustainability of a wide variety of planned sites—much like the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® rating system provides for buildings—sustainable design can extend beyond structures and maximize site performance. Raise Awareness of the Profession 5 Membership Benefits ASLA Membership Categories Full ASLA Member* A full member has graduated from an accredited landscape architecture program or a program recognized by the Society and/or is licensed to practice landscape architecture and has three or more years of professional experience. Photograph by Elizabeth Felicella / MVVA Members of ASLA receive the following benefits free of charge: Members receive substantial discounts on: • ASLA membership designation • Landscape Architecture, the monthly magazine of ASLA • Firm Finder listing for your firm • LAND Online, the bi-weekly e-newsletter • One Professional Practice Network (additional networks available at a nominal charge) • The ASLA Business Quarterly, the economic outlook for the profession, delivered every three months • Access to the Professional Practice Resource Center and research services • Landscape Architecture Technical Information Series • JobLink résumé posting • ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO registration fees • JobLink job postings • Award entry fees • Use of the ASLA Standard Form Contract for Professional Services • National Salary and Business Indicators surveys • LANDCADD, ESRI, and Vectorworks Landmark software • Liability insurance • Dell computers, car rentals, and many other valuable products and services Associate ASLA Member* An associate member has graduated from an accredited landscape architecture program or a program recognized by the Society and has less than three years of professional experience. National dues are discounted the first through third years of membership. After the third year of membership, associate members are automatically upgraded to full membership. International ASLA Member An international member is a landscape architect residing outside the U.S. and its possessions, Canada, Mexico, and the islands of the Caribbean. Student Affiliate ASLA Member A student affiliate member is enrolled in a nonaccredited landscape architecture program or a related course of study, or may be considering a career in landscape architecture. Affiliate ASLA Member* An affiliate member does not have a degree in landscape architecture and is not licensed to practice landscape architecture, but is employed in a related field such as planning, design, or construction or provides products or services to the landscape architecture profession. Corporate ASLA Member Any company that supplies landscape architecture products or services is eligible for corporate membership, which includes one free Affiliate ASLA membership (and chapter dues) for an individual company representative and many marketing benefits. Student ASLA Member A student member is enrolled in an accredited landscape architecture program or a program recognized by the Society leading to an undergraduate or graduate degree or certificate in landscape architecture. ASLA Honor Award Recipient, So What? By Ah’bé Landscape Architects * Chapter dues are required for U.S. members in these categories at a cost determined by each chapter. ASLA Honor Award Recipient, Altamira Ranch by Marmol Radziner and Associates (photograph by Steve Gunther) Demonstrate Your Commitment to the Highest Standards of the Profession You’ve worked hard to get where you are today. Members of the Society are proud to use “ASLA” as a suffix after their names to denote their commitment to the highest ethical standards of the profession and to the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments. This exclusive credential shows clients and colleagues that you have met ASLA’s membership requirements and are affiliated with the premier professional association for landscape architects—an important competitive edge. To create a stronger profession—ASLA needs YOU Join ASLA today to become a part of this important effort. For more information about membership and its benefits, visit www.asla.org or call 1-888-999-ASLA (2752). Join the premier organization for landscape architecture professionals. Complete and return the enclosed application or call ASLA Member Services today at 888-999-ASLA (2752). Five compelling reasons you should join ASLA today: 1 Raising the visibility of the profession of landscape architecture is ASLA’s top priority. The Society focuses on increasing recognition for the profession within the design and construction industry, with public officials, and with the general public. A special emphasis is placed on building awareness of the value of hiring a landscape architecture professional. The annual awards program illustrates the remarkable work professionals and students are creating in all areas of practice. National Landscape Architecture Month is celebrated each April with public outreach activities across the country. Since ASLA increased its focus on public awareness six years ago, print media coverage of the profession has grown by more than 70 percent and television coverage has improved tenfold. 2 4 Lead Sustainable Change in the Industry and Beyond Landscape architects have been committed to sustainability for more than 100 years and ASLA is leading the design and construction industry to promote regenerative practices. In 2006, ASLA built a green roof on its headquarters building in Washington, D.C., to position the profession at the forefront of this sustainable Grow Your Business with Valuable Professional Resources Members consistently rank ASLA’s Landscape Architecture magazine among the top benefits of membership. Receive a free listing for your firm in Firm Finder, the searchable online directory connecting more than 90,000 potential clients with landscape architecture professionals each year. The ASLA Business Quarterly surveys firm leaders about billings and inquiries to provide you with timely economic outlook information. Use ASLA’s Standard Form Contract for professional services. Access the Professional Practice Resource Center and join any of the 17 Professional Practice Networks to connect with colleagues with similar practice interests. The new Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System™ will identify courses for you to stay on top of the latest practice information, develop new areas of expertise, and maintain your license (where required). Strengthen the Landscape Architect’s Voice on Public Policy Increased public awareness strengthens the profession’s advocacy for vital legislative and regulatory issues. The ASLA Advocacy Network connects you with your elected officials at the state and federal levels and communicates your expertise on public policy issues important to the profession. ASLA protects the practice of landscape architecture and supports state licensure in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Each year, ASLA members from every chapter participate in Advocacy Days in Washington, D.C., and in their hometowns to reach out to members of Congress in shaping federal policies on environmental protection, water resources, surface transportation, small business, the Historic American Landscapes Survey, security design, and many other issues. 3 building technology. Thousands of visitors tour the roof each year and an interactive web-based education program provides virtual visits for those who can’t come in person. ASLA is collaborating on development of the Sustainable Sites Initiative. By providing metrics for rating the sustainability of a wide variety of planned sites—much like the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® rating system provides for buildings—sustainable design can extend beyond structures and maximize site performance. Raise Awareness of the Profession 5 Membership Benefits ASLA Membership Categories Full ASLA Member* A full member has graduated from an accredited landscape architecture program or a program recognized by the Society and/or is licensed to practice landscape architecture and has three or more years of professional experience. Photograph by Elizabeth Felicella / MVVA Members of ASLA receive the following benefits free of charge: Members receive substantial discounts on: • ASLA membership designation • Landscape Architecture, the monthly magazine of ASLA • Firm Finder listing for your firm • LAND Online, the bi-weekly e-newsletter • One Professional Practice Network (additional networks available at a nominal charge) • The ASLA Business Quarterly, the economic outlook for the profession, delivered every three months • Access to the Professional Practice Resource Center and research services • Landscape Architecture Technical Information Series • JobLink résumé posting • ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO registration fees • JobLink job postings • Award entry fees • Use of the ASLA Standard Form Contract for Professional Services • National Salary and Business Indicators surveys • LANDCADD, ESRI, and Vectorworks Landmark software • Liability insurance • Dell computers, car rentals, and many other valuable products and services Associate ASLA Member* An associate member has graduated from an accredited landscape architecture program or a program recognized by the Society and has less than three years of professional experience. National dues are discounted the first through third years of membership. After the third year of membership, associate members are automatically upgraded to full membership. International ASLA Member An international member is a landscape architect residing outside the U.S. and its possessions, Canada, Mexico, and the islands of the Caribbean. Student Affiliate ASLA Member A student affiliate member is enrolled in a nonaccredited landscape architecture program or a related course of study, or may be considering a career in landscape architecture. Affiliate ASLA Member* An affiliate member does not have a degree in landscape architecture and is not licensed to practice landscape architecture, but is employed in a related field such as planning, design, or construction or provides products or services to the landscape architecture profession. Corporate ASLA Member Any company that supplies landscape architecture products or services is eligible for corporate membership, which includes one free Affiliate ASLA membership (and chapter dues) for an individual company representative and many marketing benefits. Student ASLA Member A student member is enrolled in an accredited landscape architecture program or a program recognized by the Society leading to an undergraduate or graduate degree or certificate in landscape architecture. ASLA Honor Award Recipient, So What? By Ah’bé Landscape Architects * Chapter dues are required for U.S. members in these categories at a cost determined by each chapter. ASLA Honor Award Recipient, Altamira Ranch by Marmol Radziner and Associates (photograph by Steve Gunther) Demonstrate Your Commitment to the Highest Standards of the Profession You’ve worked hard to get where you are today. Members of the Society are proud to use “ASLA” as a suffix after their names to denote their commitment to the highest ethical standards of the profession and to the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments. This exclusive credential shows clients and colleagues that you have met ASLA’s membership requirements and are affiliated with the premier professional association for landscape architects—an important competitive edge. To create a stronger profession—ASLA needs YOU Join ASLA today to become a part of this important effort. For more information about membership and its benefits, visit www.asla.org or call 1-888-999-ASLA (2752). Join the premier organization for landscape architecture professionals. Complete and return the enclosed application or call ASLA Member Services today at 888-999-ASLA (2752). ASLA American Society of Landscape Architects About ASLA Founded in 1899, ASLA is the national professional association representing the landscape architecture profession. Beginning with 11 original members, ASLA has grown to more than 18,000 members and 48 chapters, representing all 50 states, U.S. territories, and 42 countries around the world. ASLA promotes the landscape architecture profession and advances the practice through advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship. The Society’s mission is to lead, to educate, and to participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments. Join ASLA and Strengthen the Landscape Architect’s Voice ASLA Honor Award Recipient, Bassil Mountain Escape by Vladimir Djurovic Landscape Architecture (photograph by Geraldine Bruneel) Join the premier organization for landscape architecture professionals. Become a member at www.asla.org or call 1-888-999-ASLA (2752). On the Cover: Top left: Photograph by Guy Wenborne Top right: ASLA Honor Award Recipient, Woody Creek Garden by Design Workshop, Inc. (photograph by D.A. Horchner/Design Workshop) Bottom left: Photograph by Bruce Katz Bottom right: Photograph by Gilles Sabrié t Printed with soy inks on recycled paper by a carbon neutral printing facility. Join the premier organization for landscape architecture professionals. ...
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