Two SC.ASLA Members Elevated to ASLA Council of Fellows

Two SC.ASLA Members Elevated to ASLA Council of Fellows

Congratulations to Mary Taylor Haque and W. Scott Parker! …along with all the other recipients announced today. These two members of the ASLA South Carolina Chapter have been selected to be elevated to ASLA Council of Fellows and are joining a distinguished group of our existing ASLA South Carolina Chapter – Council of Fellows.   They will be formally recognized at the ASLA 2018 Annual Meeting and EXPO in Philadelphia, October 19-22. “The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has elevated 31…

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ASLA 2018 Call for Entries

ASLA 2018 Call for Entries

ASLA 2018 Call for Entries – Professional and Student Awards Each year, the ASLA Professional Awards honor the best in landscape architecture from around the globe, while the ASLA Student Awards give us a glimpse into the future of the profession Professional Awards, Register by February 19 & submit by March 5 Student Awards, Register by May 7 & submit by May 21

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Announcing the New ASLA Online Learning Website

Announcing the New ASLA Online Learning Website

Originally posted at www.thefield.asla.org.  November 10, 2016 — asla staff ASLA’s new online learning website continues to provide information on new and evolving practices and products, offering a convenient and affordable way to earn the Professional Development Hours (PDH) needed to meet state licensure requirements. PDH are approved by the Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LA CES) and can be earned after viewing a presentation by completing and passing a self-study exam. Your online learning…

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Today, the National Park Service (NPS) celebrates its 100th birthday! This momentous day represents 100 years of service and steadfast protection and preservation of our nation’s most beloved outdoor and recreational spaces, cultural resources, and historical sites. ASLA is working to advance federal legislation, which includes the National Park Service Centennial Challenge Fund. The Fund would finance NPS signature construction, maintenance and education projects by matching private contributions with federal dollars. Without congressional action, bi-partisan…

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ASLA Spotlight Mini-Series

ASLA Spotlight Mini-Series

Register today at https://www.asla.org/OnlineLearning.aspx

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Take the 2016 State & Federal Priorities Survey

Take the 2016 State & Federal Priorities Survey

South Carolina, this is your last chance!  The deadline to help formulate ASLA’s legislative agenda has been extended to this Friday, June 17 and we need more chapter members to make their voices heard. Please take this short 19-question survey. The purpose is two-fold: To formulate ASLA’s 2017-2018 federal legislative priorities, and to provide data that helps guide Chapter legislative priorities and advocacy efforts.  Your ASLA Government Affairs team thanks you in advance for your responses!

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Recap: 2016 Advocacy Day

Recap: 2016 Advocacy Day

ASLA Advocacy Day 2016 was a big success this year. Bill Eubanks, Trustee; Kathleen Duncan, President; and Josh Tiller, President-Elect advocated with 178 ASLA participants to discuss the National Parks Centennial Challenge Fun and Green Infrastructure in Transportation Projects. South Carolina Chapter of ASLA met with staff for Senators Lindsay Graham and Tim Scott as well as staff for House Representative Mark Sanford to educate and bring awareness regarding these issues. Staffers were all very…

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2 South Carolina Landscape Architects Elevated to Fellowship

2 South Carolina Landscape Architects Elevated to Fellowship

Originally posted to asla.org on 4/19/2016 ASLA Elevates 28 to Fellowship for Outstanding Achievement New Fellows will be inducted at the Annual Meeting in New Orleans. The American Society of Landscape Architects has elevated 28 members to the ASLA Council of Fellows for 2016. Fellowship is among the highest honors ASLA bestows on members and recognizes the contributions of these individuals to their profession and society at large as demonstrated by their works, leadership and…

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World Landscape Architecture Month 2016 is Here!

World Landscape Architecture Month 2016 is Here!

April is World Landscape Architecture Month. #WLAM Your South Carolina chapter has events planned all month in every region so you can participate with your fellow LAs!  Check out the Events calendar for more info. In the meantime, documenting the amazing landscape architecture that’s all around you!  This Is Landscape Architecture  

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GBCI TO DEVELOP A NEW PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIAL FOR SITES

GBCI TO DEVELOP A NEW PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIAL FOR SITES

Originally posted on March 24, 2016 by asla staff to http://thefield.asla.org/ image: ASLA In a recent GBCI survey, 80 percent of respondents said that they planned on implementing SITES in their organization or practice, and 89 percent indicated interest in earning a professional credential, such as SITES-accredited professional. Development of a new professional credential called the SITES Accredited Professional (SITES AP) is currently under way at GBCI. The new SITES AP credential will not only establish…

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