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WI ASLA is the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).  Today, WI ASLA represents more than 175 professionals, allied professionals and students in the landscape architecture profession.  Through advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship, WI ASLA, in conjunction with the ASLA, strive to foster an environment for all the members to thrive in their profession. ASLA, the national organization, has more than 15,000 members and 49 chapters, representing all 50 states, U.S. territories, and 58 countries around the world.  Each member of WI ASLA has extensive access to this very large and encompassing international network.

WI ASLA Mission Statement 


To lead, to educate and to participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning and artful design of our cultural and natural environments.

Advocacy and Awareness

  • Serve as the primary resource for critical and emerging issues impacting the landscape architecture profession.

  • Strengthen, educate and promote the understanding and significance of landscape architecture.

  • Maintain and enhance the right to practice landscape architecture.

  • Encourage, enable and promote participation and leadership within the community and profession.


Member Services and Support

  • Provide education, resources and networking opportunities to support professional development.

  • Keep members informed and connected. 

  • Recognize and promote member achievements.


Supporting the Future of the Profession

  • Support the viability and availability of an accredited Landscape Architecture program in the state.

  • Engage and support landscape architecture students and emerging professionals.

  • Raise awareness of landscape architecture as a career.


Governance and Management

  • Ensure the responsible and sustainable use of chapter resources.

  • Grow and retain members and sponsors.

  • Develop and promote leadership within the chapter.

As a licensed profession in the state of Wisconsin, landscape architecture encompasses the analysis, planning, design, management, and stewardship of the natural and built environments. Landscape Architectural projects range from academic campuses, conservation and natural areas, historic landscapes, parks and recreation, transportation corridors, urban design, water resources, and commercial and residential properties. To learn more about landscape architecture please visit


WI ASLA offers our members the opportunity to network, build business, and expand their professional knowledge and expertise.  The Chapter also promotes the discipline of landscape architecture and advocates policy positions that advance sustainable, appropriate, and environmentally friendly practices.

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