Resources

ASLA Colorado-Wyoming is dedicated to being a resource for its members – through advocacy, job postings,  professional development opportunities, as well as fresh information and discourse on the important issues of our time such as climate change and social justice.

Find a Job

Looking for a job? Search through our latest job openings from leading landscape architecture firms across Colorado. Find anything from full time, part time, freelance, internships, or temporary positions available in Colorado today!

Post a Job

If you would like to advertise an open position, please e-mail us your job description. Postings are $100 for members and $200 for non-members. Include the contact information for job applicants and the closing date . We will review the listing and post once approved and payment received. Please allow 2-3 business days for the posting to appear online. Each posting will last 30 days.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Our chapter’s DEI Committee began with two simple questions: 

  1. How can the profession of landscape architecture better reflect the diversity we see in our communities? 
  2. What does inclusive design look like?

We want to explore these questions from as many angles as we can, with a firm belief that the best designs are a result of an intentionally inclusive process with an equitable outcome. Our committee serves to:

  • Provide a lens to view the current work ASLA Colorado is doing, and to cast a broad net of inclusion, making our profession more accessible.
  • Create and facilitate events that address issues of equity within the built environment.
  • Cultivate lasting and meaningful relationships with our communities, with the hopes of attracting people of diverse backgrounds into the profession of landscape architecture. 

We partner with other local groups and organizations as we work towards these goals and are always looking for more people to join our DEI committee.  

Advocacy

Colorado holds statewide licensure for Landscape Architects. ASLA works closely with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) and invests time and resources to continually stay up to date with State and Federal regulations. Learn more about how to become a licensed Landscape Architect in Colorado and plug in to how ASLA Colorado is advancing advocacy programs the state and federal level.

Emerging Professionals

The ASLA Colroado Student Liaison Program links ASLA Colorado with students at Colorado’s colleges and universities and with the ASLA Colorado Student Chapters. ASLA Colorado also works with University of Colorado, CSU, and the Architecture, Contstuction, and Engineering (ACE) organization in mentorship programs. Learn ow to make a difference in a student’s professional development.

Professional Development

All 50 states have recognized that regulation of landscape architecture is necessary to protect the public health, safety, and welfare. All but three states regulate the profession through a practice act, which requires a license to practice the profession and use the title ‘landscape architect.’ The remaining three states have enacted title act statutes, which is a weaker form of regulation that allows anyone to practice landscape architecture if they call it something else. A practice act is important because of the real danger to clients and the users of these public and private spaces: physical injury, property damage, and financial ruin.

Add Your Firm

Website URL of the winner. Do not put project website here. This should be home page of the award winner.

This will display on your firm page with links to all your award-winning projects with ASLA Colorado.