Category Archives: Advocacy

LCASLA Strategic Plan

Please click our new ‘Strategic Plan’ link at the top of the page to view our new, well… Strategic Plan!

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Cullowhee Native Plant Conference

POTENTIAL CEU OPPORTUNITY: Cullowhee Native Plant Conference Continuing Education credits can potentially be earned at this summer’s 30th annual Cullowhee Native Plant Conference. The date for this year’s conference, which is held every July at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, N.C., is … Continue reading

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MAP 21 Summary

For a summary of the changes in the transportation bill, now called MAP-21, click here.   This Summary also shows the programs that will be funded and how. Have you ever thought about fiberglass pools?

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Press Release

The Times Picayune has announced the 2012 LCASLA award winners within its circulation area. Congratulations! See 5 New Orleans Projects

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04.26.12

Planning is under way for landscape architects, students, and related professionals to again take to the streets, parks, and plazas to engage the public in conversations about the profession. On 04.26.12, we will all publicly celebrate Frederick Law Olmsted’s birthday. … Continue reading

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Letter: Invest in pedestrian, biker safety

http://theadvocate.com/news/opinion/1231328-123/letter-invest-in-pedestrian-biker.html  

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Commentary on Architecture Criticism

Dear LCASLA Chapter Members – Attached is a link to the latest blog by Charles Birnbaum (President of The Cultural Landscape Foundation)  – “Dear Architecture Criticism: Evolve Already!” This is an important issue for the field of Landscape Architecture and we … Continue reading

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