American Society of Landscape Architects


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American Society of Landscape Architects

(ASLA)
A professional association for members who practice landscape architecture and are concerned with the natural environment rather than the built environment.

American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)

The professional organization of landscape architects in America, founded in 1899. Address: 636 Eye Street, NW, Washington, DC 20008.
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The American Society of Landscape Architects defines the trade as encompassing "the analysis, planning, design, management, and stewardship of the natural and built environments," according to the ASLA's Web site.
* AMERICAN FORESTS will continue to offer its CITYgreen desktop GIS software to members of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) at a discounted price.
A member of the American Society of Landscape Architects and secretary of Granite State Landscape Architects, Cruess has been involved in the planning and design of parks, playgrounds, walking and bicycle trails as well, as residential developments during her 25 years with the Bedford-based multi-disciplinary firm.
The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has joined the Achievement and Commitment to Excellence (ACE) Mentor Program of America as a national sponsor and partner.
Macksey, a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, designs gardens the same way an artist paints.
Most states now require that a registered landscape architect receive formal training from a university program accredited by The American Society of Landscape Architects. There are about forty accredited programs across the nation, although the number changes from time to time.
The American society of Landscape Architects has issued its 2003 Awards Call for Entries.
Zolomij in Vehicular Circulation: Handbook of Landscape Architectural Construction, one in a series of handbooks published by the American Society of Landscape Architects in the 1970s.
A generation later, as the century turned, his stepson, John, and namesake son, Frederick Law Olmsted Jr., joined a small assembly to form the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
The American Society of Landscape Architects, Washington, D.C., donated 100 parks and open spaces to communities across America in 1999 through its "100 Parks, 100 Years" program.
Saunders received the Florida Chapter Award of Recognition from The American Society of Landscape Architects for his service to the profession of landscape architecture and The American Society of Landscape Architects.

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