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News from the LACF

* LACF Releases 2021-23 Strategic Plan
* LACF Grant Recipients Complete Funded Research

Virtual Field Sessions – 2021 CSLA Congress

CSLA announced the Virtual Field Sessions that will be presented at the 2021 CSLA-OALA Virtual Congress.
Click the link below to read about each of the sessions and when they will be presented.
If you haven’t already registered for the

CSLA College of Fellows Announced

The CSLA College of Fellows will welcome seven new members in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the profession. 

** Congratulations to Gerhard Weiland – Executed Works of Landscape Architecture and James Anthony Roche – Executed Works of Landscape Architecture!** 
The Fellows-Elect will

CSLA Bulletin – April 2021

This month’s headlines:

• CSLA-OALA 2021 Congress Registration is Open! Register now.

• CSLA Announces the Recipients of the 2021 Awards of Excellence

• CSLA’s 2021 Annual General Meeting: May 12th, 1-2 pm EST

• The Spring 2021 “Technology” issue …

CSLA Annual General Meeting

The 2021 CSLA Annual General Meeting will be held by webinar on May 12th at 1 pm EDT.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
NOTE: Only full members

News from the LACF


Annual Member’s Meeting

Reminder: Frederick Gage Todd Scholarship deadline


Order of Precedence for Title Designations

The CSLA has created guidelines to provide full (regular) members with guidance on the order of precedence for their various designations.  More information can be found here. …

News from the CSLA

This month’s headlines:

LAAC Seeks Evaluators to Review Canadian Landscape Architecture University Programs  
CSLA Tri-Council Funding Task Force Successful in Getting a Landscape Architecture Disciplinary Code (February 2021)  
LARE Prep Webinars – 2021  
Call for Volunteers for CSLA’s 90th Anniversary

The Winter 2020 “Trees” issue of L|P is now available online!

Everywhere is urbanized now. And the need for urban infrastructure seems to be diametrically opposed to what trees and living systems need to flourish. How can we bring these two opposite conditions together, perhaps in a way that they could

LACF Bulletin

This month’s headlines:
– Reminder: Apply for the LACF Indigenous Scholarship in Landscape Architecture Deadline: Feb 1, 2021 

– Inaugural Frederick Gage Todd National Scholarship in 2021 Deadline: Friday, May 3rd, 2021 

– LACF Virtual Awards Meet and Greet for

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