SCASLA

SCASLA

Mission of the American Society of Landscape Architects “is the advancement of the art and science of Landscape Architecture by leading and informing the public, by serving members, and by leading the profession in achieving quality in the natural and built environment”. It is one of our goals to make this site more informative and accessible to our members. We value the importance of being able to provide up-to-date information to our members and visitors…

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Executive Committee

Executive Committee

Clint Rigsby President. Clint earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture in 1997 from Clemson University where he was awarded the Webel Prize to study landscape architecture at Clemson’s Center for Building Research + Urban Studies in Genoa, Italy.  Clint practiced landscape architecture in Mount Pleasant for eight years before moving to SeamonWhiteside+’s Greenville office in 2005, where he became SC’s first LEED Accredited landscape architect. He has been an active member of the American Society…

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Past Officers

Past Officers

Past Presidents 2014-2015:    Duane Christopher 2013-2014: Jamie Hairfield 2012-2013: Robert Hewit 2011-2012: Jessica McClung 2010-1011: Holley Stokely 2009-2010: Wallace Milling 2008-2009: Chris Thompson 2007-2008: Barry Anderson 2006-2007: Andrea Almond 2004-2006: Jessica McClung 2003-2004: Regan Contois 2002-2003: David Stack 2001-2002: Greg Duckworth 2000-2001: Gary Hagood 1999-2000: Amanda Barton 1998-1999: Lolly Tai 1997-1998: David Lycke 1996-1997: Lee Gastley 1995-1996: Scott Sonnengerg 1994-1995: Mark Byington 1993-1994: Lynn Rees-Jones 1992-1993: Gerald Vander-Mey 1991-1992: Bill Eubanks 1990-1991: Warren Pruitt…

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Honorary Members

Honorary Members

Honorary membership is one of the highest honors ASLA may bestow upon non-landscape architects, and since its founding in 1899, the Society has conferred honorary membership upon less than 100 individuals. This honor recognizes individuals whose achievements of national or international significance or influence have provided notable service to the profession of landscape architecture. The South Carolina Chapter is proud to have these Honorary Members who have contributed so much to our great profession. Betsy…

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