Industry News

“Restoring the Hyporheic Zone of one of Seattle’s Important Salmon-Bearing Waterways”

Southern California Chapter Member, Ron Gregory brings to our attention an article featured in November's Issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine. A colleague and licensed landscape architect Shelly Solomon is also a biologist, water quality restoration specialist and an environmental filmmaker, with many years experience in resource and environmental planning, design, and compliance. Solomon has documented [...]

By |2017-11-29T14:12:23+00:00October 1st, 2017|Industry News, Uncategorized|

The Father of Landscape Architecture: Frederick Law Olmsted Video

Good news! Created in 2007, Frederick Law Olmsted: The Father of Landscape Architecture video by ASLA Southern California Chapter is now online! Based on Don Marquardt's popular live state presentation of Frederick Law Olmsted's life and accomplishments, this 37-minute video concentrates on Olmsted's early life influences, many failures trying to find a successful career, and [...]

By |2017-07-17T13:02:27+00:00July 10th, 2017|Industry News|

The New NACTO Resource: The Urban Street Stormwater Guide

A vital new resource, the NACTO Urban Street Stormwater Guide illustrates a vision of how cities can utilize one of their best assets—streets—to address resiliency and climate change. The guide outlines the strategies to creating streets that serve as truly public spaces, while delivering social and economic value, protecting resources, and reconnecting natural ecological processes. [...]

By |2017-05-24T10:22:32+00:00May 24th, 2017|Industry News, Professional Resource|

People’s Climate Change March

On April 29, ASLA Leaders meeting for their Mid-Year business meetings in Washington, DC took time out to participate in the People's Climate Movement March in Washington, D.C. Thousands of people, including landscape architects, not only participated in the People's Climate Movement March in Washington, D.C., but other cities around the country to demonstrate opposition [...]

Colorado Licensure

On March 29, the Colorado Senate passed SB 17-218, legislation that would extend landscape architecture licensing and continue the landscape architecture licensing board until 2028. Several days prior to the full Senate vote, the Colorado Chapter testified at a hearing on the legislation. The bill is now before the Colorado House of Representatives and is [...]

By |2017-04-06T13:18:28+00:00April 6th, 2017|Advocacy, Industry News, Uncategorized|

Regulatory Changes that Could Impact Licensure

Over 4,000 state legislative bills were introduced by late February in Sacramento (a record number for the beginning of the state's two year legislative session). Among the many bills are several measures that could impact many state licensees if legislators decide to make the entry into different professions easier. The upside for the agencies is, [...]

By |2017-03-16T14:34:28+00:00March 16th, 2017|Advocacy, Industry News, Uncategorized|

The Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) Announces Fellows and Olmsted Scholars for 2017-2018

The Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) is thrilled to announce the Fellows and recent Olmsted Scholars selected for this inaugural year of the LAF Fellowship for Innovation and Leadership! Congratulations to our very own Southern California ASLA Member, Claire Latane', one of four Fellow LAF Fellows named for this inaugural year of 2017-2018. Two Olmsted Scholars [...]

By |2017-03-14T15:32:38+00:00March 10th, 2017|Industry News, Member Spotlight|