The ASLA South Carolina Chapter is grateful to our members that participated in the advocacy survey this spring. Participation in these surveys is vital to help our chapter identify the needs and concerns of our members. This allows us to plan programming that focuses on these identified areas. We welcome your feedback and want to hear from our members regarding local and state advocacy concerns. Please email email@example.com
Additionally, ASLA recently released the report, “Smart Policies for a Changing Climate.” The report identified core principles, key planning and design strategies, and public policies that will promote healthy, climate-smart, and resilient communities. ASLA encourages members to support state and local legislation and initiatives that promote the principles and policies found in the report.
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