We are going virtual!! Our NJASLA community is about to become larger! In an abundance of caution and with the safety and welfare of our attendees first and foremost, NJASLA will be taking its Conference to a fully virtual platform this coming January [...]
The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has elevated 31 members as Fellows for their exceptional contributions to the landscape architecture profession and society at large. Election to the ASLA Council of Fellows is among the highest honors the ASLA [...]
Coastline cities across the country are embracing the evidence of climate change and fortifying buildings and infrastructure against rising sea levels. The New York Times presents case studies in resilient design, focused on the New York City area. The series [...]
Green Infrastructure Demonstration Showcase A key feature of New Jersey Future's Mainstreaming Green Infrastructure program is the advancement of demonstration projects that illustrate the powerful benefits of green stormwater infrastructure in public- and private-sector development or redevelopment. New Jersey Future [...]
As part of an ongoing effort to raise $50,000 to support student scholarships and non-profit the NJASLA Education foundations is asking for donations to reach their goal. Donations can be made by check or through the link below.
ASLA Advocacy #iAdvocate...Now it's your turn! The work of landscape architects helps create resilient communities of all sizes from coast to coast. Many landscape architecture projects begin in the halls of Congress and in state capitols across the country. It's [...]
Roy DeBoer, New Jersey’s Leading Landscape Architect Educator will be fondly remembered as the “Father of NJ Landscape Architecture” AGE: 80 • East Brunswick Roy H. DeBoer, LLA, Professor Emeritus, founder of Rutgers Landscape Architecture Program, age 80, died on Monday, [...]
Click Here to download the presentation by NJASLA members Jeremiah Bergstrom, LLA and Mark Anderson, LLA. The title of the presentation is "Green Infrastructure for all: Leveraging the Landscape for Water Management."