The Landscape Architect Registration Examination (LARE) is a four-part fully computerized examination designed to determine whether applicants for landscape architectural licensure possess sufficient knowledge, skills and abilities to provide landscape architectural services without endangering the health, safety and welfare of the public. It is prepared and scored by CLARB in accordance with all current standards for fairness and quality of licensure exams.
A candidate for licensure must pass all of them in order to qualify to become licensed. The Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB) writes, administers, and grades the LARE. For informational videos from CLARB, please click HERE. This link is provided for information purposes only. Please refer to CLARB's website (above) for the latest information. If you have any questions regarding the LARE process or procedures, contact CLARB at email@example.com.
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Amy Morie, RLA, ASLA
Amy is principal of Mulberry Hill Studio. Graduating from the University of Southern California, BLA, and University of Florida, MLA, Amy worked in Los Angeles and surrounding areas with firms such as Mia Leher and Associates, Amigos de Los Rios, and others developing knowledge of design, construction documentation and project management. A Florida native, she returned to Florida and worked for UF’s Extension Service before starting Mulberry Hill, a landscape architecture and education firm focused on regenerative solutions for land, water, and the life it supports.
Mike Prevost, FASLA, PLA
Michael Prevost is a CLARB certified registered landscape architect specializing in the design of landscape irrigation systems throughout the State of Florida. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional, a certified irrigation designer, and a contributing author for the IA Advanced Irrigation Design for Water Conservation Workbook. Michael has presented irrigation related courses for ASLA, GCSAA, Florida Yards and Neighborhoods, Saint Johns River Water Management District, and UF IFAS.