Diane Sferrazza Katz

2024 Independent Projects Grant Program – Applications Open

The 2024 application cycle of the Independent Projects grant program is now open. This competitive grant program is administered as a partnership of The Architectural League and the New York State Council on the Arts. This year, the program will award 25 grants of $10,000 for year-long creative and research projects in design fields, including …

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Tell Congress to Increase Nature-Based Solutions

ASLA is working with Representative Nikema Williams (GA) to pass the Water Infrastructure Sustainability and Efficiency (WISE) Act. This legislation would increase the use of nature-based solutions to improve water management.   This measure would allow states and localities to use portions of their Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) specifically for nature-based solutions or green …

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CLARB Research Study

The Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB) invites practitioners to participate in a research study around emerging areas of practice that impact the health, safety, and welfare of the public and the environment but may currently fall outside of regulated practice. Please set aside 20-25 minutes to share your perspective and provide valuable input on this …

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RFP Village of Haverstraw: Downtown Facade Restoration

The Village of Haverstraw is seeking proposals from qualified Technical Consultants to provide  services in conjunction with a recently awarded grant through the New York State Downtown  Revitalization Initiative (DRI) for the improvement and renovation of multiple building facades  throughout the Village’s downtown area. Minority and women-owned businesses are strongly  encouraged to respond. Full RFP …

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ASLA’s Member Magazine is coming!

ASLA is launching all-new publication that will highlight a wide range member projects, initiatives, and activities—written by members for members. The new Member Magazine will be mailed with LAM. Share it with developers, architects, project partners, students, community groups, and local government and show them what ASLA members can do. We need members to make …

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TCLF’s Landslide 2024: Demonstration Grounds

TCLF has announced a call for nominations for Landslide, the foundation’s annual thematic report about threatened and at-risk landscapes. Landslide 2024: Demonstration Grounds will focus on cultural landscapes associated with public protests and movements that have changed and shaped the course of American history. TCLF aims to attract a broad range of applicants for Landslide 2024: Demonstration Grounds …

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Take Action for Reduced Licensure Costs

Tell your legislators to support the bipartisan Freedom to Invest in Tomorrow’s Workforce Act, which would help landscape architects defray some of the cost associated with securing and maintaining their license. Specifically, the Freedom to Invest in Tomorrow’s Workforce Act (S. 722, H.R. 1477) would expand eligible expenses under 529 savings plans to cover costs associated …

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Federal Tax Bill to Support Landscape Architecture R&D

Landscape architects frequently conduct research and development (R&D) to expand knowledge, technology, and expertise in professional practice. These efforts result in innovations that support biodiversity, active transportation, clean air and water, and much more. ASLA supports measures that increase landscape architecture R&D efforts. To these ends, ASLA supports H.R. 2673, the American Innovation and Research and Development …

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RFP: Village of Haverstraw- Enhance Jefferson Park

Village of Haverstraw is interested in retaining a consultant to conduct the surveying, design, and engineering services for the construction of several improvements at Jefferson Park, including landscaping, moving of parking spaces to enlarge the park, pathways, picnic tables, seating and historical signage. This Request for Proposals (RFP) is intended to help the Village select …

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