• CCASLA Identified Municipal Boards and Commissions for Landscape Architect Applicants

    Landscape Architecture Gains More Visibility via Service on Boards and Commissions Many ASLA Chapter members have served on local boards and commissions which help public agency staff and elected officials understand the value landscape architects bring in developing new public policies concerning water conservation, new building codes impacting landscape design and climate change initiatives. The […]

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  • CCASLA Update: State Little Hoover Commission Public Hearing 2/4/16

    On February 4th, 2016 the California State “Little Hoover Commission” met to begin a review of occupational licensing in California and scheduled a televised public hearing in Room 437 of the State Capitol. To help insure that nothing came up in the hearing which could negatively affect landscape architectural licensure, CCASLA Representative Michael Scheele, ASLA […]

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  • A Homeowner’s Guide to Selecting a Landscape Professional for Water Conservation

    The ASLA Southern California Chapter recently gave a presentation in defense of the licensure of landscape architects to clarify the roles of various landscape professionals in residential water-saving design. Please feel free to review the presentation by clicking on the image below. Kudos to the Souther California Chapter for stepping up and producing this excellent […]

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