ASLA-NY Elections Call for Nominations

ANNOUNCING THE 2021 ASLA-NY CALL FOR NOMINATIONS!   Are you interested in getting more involved in your profession by joining the Executive Board of the New York Chapter of ASLA? Being part of the Board is a great way to promote the field of Landscape Architecture and support the professional community by guiding the direction of your chapter, developing great relationships with other Landscape Architects and impacting the future of the profession in the New York metro area.    Open positions […]

ASLA Teams Up With EARTHDAY.ORG for The Great Global Cleanup 2021

                     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:     ASLA Teams Up With EARTHDAY.ORG for The Great Global Cleanup 2021 During World Landscape Architecture Month   Washington, D.C. [March 22, 2021] — As part of this year’s World Landscape Architecture Month celebration in April, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) is teaming up with EARTHDAY.ORG to sponsor The Great Global Cleanup 2021.    Throughout the month of April, ASLA members will join together to organize and execute local cleanup projects as part of The Great Global Cleanup’s third […]

ASLA-NY Stands In Solidarity With Asian And Pacific Islanders

ASLA-NY stands against racism, violence and hatred toward Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities. We are outraged by the tragic mass shooting of 8 people, including 6 Asian American women, and the increase in violent attacks on Asian and AAPI communities in recent months. We support our Asian and AAPI members in this time of grief and are committed to taking action. While this tragic event has occurred in a privately owned spa, we know that many hate […]

Anova Grant Competition Now Open!

HOPE. Tell us a story about what gives you hope for the future. It can be an idea, a place, a person, or an object. Shoot a video telling your story of hope, and write a statement in 200 words or less that adds to your video story telling. Submit your entry and you could win a $2,000 grant to fund your participation in the 2021 ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture in Nashville. Up to 13 grants will be awarded. CLICK HERE to submit

Womens History Month

New York State Announces Pollinator Plan Update

  The New York State Departments of Agriculture and Markets, Environmental Conservation (DEC), and New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP) has announced the 2020 Pollinator Protection Plan Update. The update outlines actions taken since the creation of the Pollinator Protection Plan and provides several recommendations to further the State’s goals to protect its pollinator populations.  This includes creating the Cooperative Honey Bee Health Improvement Plan, expanding the NYS Beekeeper Tech Team, increasing pollinator friendly habitats, […]

Black History Month