About ASLA Colorado
The Landscape Architecture Resource
Founded in 1973 under the direction of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), ASLA Colorado advances the profession by advocating the issues that affect members. The association provides professional education and programs and generates overall awareness for landscape architecture to the public through our public relations and government affairs efforts.
The Landscape Architecture Experts
ASLA Colorado members are an educated group of landscape architect professionals involved with planning, designing and protecting the outdoor-built environment. Whether our members are planning and designing new communities including urban cityscapes, protecting historic ones, or providing land use recommendations, our members have an unwavering commitment to advancing the profession.
At the Forefront of Government Affairs and Advocacy
ASLA Colorado recognizes the importance of public policy to maintain the highest quality standards in the profession and within our communities through the following activities:
- Promoting licensure to maintain a high level of competence and training for the protection of the public and the profession.
- Developing new laws and public policy to protect and maintain the environment.
- Offering guidance to public and government professionals when reviewing new plans or policies that affect the environment.
Charitable Arm of ASLA Colorado
The JSR Foundation (Jane Silverstein Ries) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the sustainability and stewardship of natural and designed landscapes in the Rocky Mountain Region. We assure that the spirit of place endures.
Annually the chapter solicits sponsorships for chapter activities. Contact our Association Manager for more information.