The ASLA Southern California chapter is seeking a Program Chair. This is a volunteer position but does require membership at either the Full or Associate level. If you are interested in additional details, please contact Vicki Phillipy @ email@example.com
I come from a long line of gardeners. My mother kept telling me throughout high school “you should become a Landscape Architect”, because my favorite subjects were science and art. In college, I majored in Art History but took quite a few studio art classes as well as Horticulture, Biology, and Geology. My college offered [...]
15 people including 7 students participated in the San Luis Obispo Sketch event.
The Southern California Chapter wants to congratulate the 2019 ASLA Student Honor and Merit Award Winners from Cal Poly Pomona! Honor Award Winners Tatsuyuki Suenaga Rachel Wells, Student ASLA Merit Award Winners Ana Rahm Marc Escobar, Student ASLA Nayon Kim, Student ASLA Adrian Cruz, Student ASLA For Additional Photos View Here
April 27 ASKETCHLA Meet Up with Students and Members
ASLA So California joined Cal Poly's Firm Day on April 9
On April 14 - 16 members, including students met up in Claremont on Sunday to participate in ASKETCHLA - Claremont.
On March 5, 2019 the Senate Committee on Business, Professions and Economic Development and Assembly Committee on Business and Professions held their joint sunset review oversight hearing for CAB and LATC. Members from CAB and LATC addressed the Committee, lead by Senator Steven Glazer & Assemblymember Evan Low, while John Nicolaus and I represented the [...]
The mission of the ASLA Environmental Justice Professional Practice Network (EJ PPN) is to provide a forum for ASLA members involved in, inspired by, and interested in pursuing environmental justice through education, research, and practice. The EJ PPN leadership team invites you to contribute to our growing body of knowledge. We want to learn about [...]
Perhaps my love for the garden and landscape architecture came from an unusual place... As a child, I grew up on a street lined by homes built in the 1950’s where the neighbors all took pride in the appearance of their yard. The neighbor on the corner always planted the most beautiful floral gardens in [...]