Corporate Membership

Reach more than 15,000 landscape architecture professionals worldwide. The program provides executives with networking opportunities, brand exposure through prominent advertising and marketing, and access to members-only professional resources.

Corporate member companies contribute to the success of ASLA and the landscape architecture profession.

Professional Practice Network

ASLA Corporate Members may choose to join up to four (based on levels above) Professional Practice Networks for free and more for a nominal fee. Choose from:

  • Campus Planning and Design
  • Children’s Outdoor Environments
  • Design Build
  • Digital Technology
  • Ecology and Restoration
  • Education and Practice
  • Environmental Justice
  • Healthcare and Therapeutic Design
  • Historic Preservation
  • Housing and Community Design
  • International Practice
  • Landscape Architecture and Transportation
  • Landscape/Land Use Planning
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Planting Design
  • Residential Landscape Architecture
  • Sustainable Design and Development
  • Urban Design
  • Water Conservation
  • Women in Landscape Architecture

ASLA Chapter Memberships

ASLA Corporate Members may choose to join as many ASLA Chapters across the United States as they wish. A complete list of chapters by state and chapter dues is available on the Corporate Membership Application.

*National membership dues do not include chapter memberships. Chapter dues must be added to the National dues. Dues are determined by each chapter. Rates are subject to change.

* The ASLA list is for exclusive use of the corporate member company and may not be shared or resold. The list may be used only for direct-mail marketing promotions for a product or service. It may not be used for circulation of a publication or to promote any event without prior express written permission by ASLA. ASLA retains the right to revoke use of this privilege if it is abused.

Image Caption: 2013 ASLA Honor Award Recipient, Brooklyn Botanic Garden Visitors Center by HMWhite (Photo: Aaron Booher)

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