Unprecedented threats to occupational licensure laws around the country require a coordinated advocacy response. This session explores the current policy and political environments driving licensure reform. ASLA, CLARB, and practitioners present contemporary strategies and resources for making a compelling case for protecting the public and retaining licensure for landscape architects.
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Gain an understanding of the external influences on licensure and why those matter in protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the public. 2. Learn techniques and benefits for advocating and lobbying for professional licensure at the regional, state, and local level. 3. Identify key synergies between design professions, the practice of landscape architecture, and allied initiatives. 4. Identify the role of the landscape architect in licensure advocacy and protecting the public.
Jonathon S.. Geels, ASLA; Elizabeth Hebron; Eugenia Martin, FASLA; David W.. Sprunt, ASLA;
American Society of Landscape Architects