About ASLA Florida

Our Mission

Leading, educating, and participating in the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments.

Our Vision

A world where the built environments coexist in harmony and sustainable balance; where all peoples can express their diverse heritage and their individual desire to grow and thrive; and where we, as a profession, can substantially contribute to the process of achieving these ends.

Strategic Objectives

  • Preserve, protect, promote, and strengthen the regulated practice of landscape architecture in Florida.

  • Enhance the public’s awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the value of landscape architecture.

  • Deliver members professional development opportunities, effective advocacy, and meaningful fellowship.

  • Invest in the future of the profession through academic outreach initiatives.

  • Provide transparent, accountable, and accessible leadership for responsible management of the chapter.

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History

  • Founded in 1959 by 11 members and associates

  • 1959: First Chapter meeting held in Winter Park in October

  • 1966: ASLA Florida wins statewide professional registration

  • 1971: Florida Chapter has a total of 6 Fellows

  • 1973: ASLA has over 4,000 members nationwide, with over 175 in the Florida Chapter

  • 1974: the Florida Chapter ranks as 5th largest in the country

  • 1979: Roughly 40 private landscape architectural firms are located within Florida. Florida is second only to California in the number of landscape architects practicing in private offices

  • 1979: Florida Chapter has a total of 11 Fellows.
Mission Statement

Leading, educating, and participating in the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments.

Contact Us

ASLA Florida
3425 Bannerman Road
Suite 105-427
Tallahassee, FL 32312
Office: 850/597-7457

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