April is World Landscape Architecture Month (WLAM). Established by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), WLAM is a month-long international celebration of landscape architecture and designed public and private spaces. People and communities around the world have deep, long-standing personal connections to the spaces landscape architects create – they’re just not aware of it. During WLAM, ASLA and landscape architects around the world aim to demonstrate that connection by highlighting landscape architect-designed spaces. - ASLA.org

Even if you can't leave your house, you can still participate in World Landscape Architecture Month.

#WLAM2020 #LifeGrowsHere

This Spring I joined the ranks of those who have earned the Registered Landscape Architect credential. This profession is broad and encompasses art and science but what always rings in my ears are the words of an instructor who explained that this is a profession that is licensed for the purpose of protecting public health, safety, and welfare. The opportunity to create beauty that can protect, heal and bring joy, is a sacred privilege for which I am most grateful.
-Cindy Culp, R.L.A., Landscape Architect
“I spent the majority of my youth at the local playground and in the creek behind my house. When not outdoors, I could be found drawing or painting. Back then, I would have never guessed that I would find a career where I could combine my favorite activities and design outdoor spaces for others to enjoy. I am lucky that I found Landscape Architecture or did Landscape Architecture find me?”
-Chris Green, R.L.A., LEED AP®, Senior Landscape Architect

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