05-08-20 | Association News

ASLA Survey Kicks Off

Results Help Steer the Association's Efforts

ASLA works with chapters, state and federal legislators, state and administration officials, and regulatory bodies to advance policies critical to the profession. The purpose of their biennial survey is to formulate the association's federal legislative priorities for the 117th Congress, and to provide useful data to help guide chapters' state legislative priorities and advocacy efforts.

The American Society of Landscape Architects announces that once again, they are conducting their biennial Federal and State Legislative Priorities Survey and are asking for help to determine the association's federal legislative agenda and state advocacy activities for 2021-2022.


For reference, the federal priorities for 2019-2020 are transportation planning and design, stormwater management, community and national parks, and planning for climate change and resilience, all with an emphasis on equity and environmental justice.

The survey is only 10 questions long.

"As the national voice for the landscape architecture profession, we want to hear from you on what you think are the most important policy issues," states the ASLA.


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