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Landscape architects in every community in Canada are the Ambassadors of the profession during World Landscape Architecture Month (WLAM). Every province or territory; every individual or firm; and every facet of our profession (public, private and academic) is encouraged to organize an event in April to celebrate WLAM with their community.

The CSLA welcomes information on your local events to include in our national press releases and Bulletin. Please contact us at

WLAM Poster Competition

CLICK HERE to enter the WLAM Poster Competition

WLAM Presentation

The CSLA has prepared a presentation which can be used to promote WLAM.

Click here to download the WLAM Presentation

WLAM logo


The CSLA’s World Landscape Architecture Month logo represents the biodiversity of Canada within a global context, and the breadth of practices by landscape architects in the urban and rural environment. The WLAM logo will be used to promote and build awareness that every April our profession celebrates the contribution landscape architects offer Canada.   CSLA members will use the logo to brand emails, letters, presentations and other communications tools. The logo was conceived and designed by Brad Lindeburgh, CSLA, and Jonathan Liu, BFA, with assistance from the rest of the Stantec Calgary Planning & Landscape Architecture group.  It originated from the 2009 World Landscape Architecture Month celebrations held in the Calgary Office as a way to catch the eye of everyone in the building and has been subsequently been refined with input from the CSLA. CLICK HERE to download the WLAM Logo

Tips and Tools to Help Promote Landscape Architecture in your Community

Whether you are a sole practitioner, firm, academic or student, you can help introduce the landscape architecture profession to students and to the public. Here are some resources and tips to get you started:

Suggested Activities and Ideas

Celebrate WLAM by:

Setting an Example in Your Community

Helping Others Learn About Landscape Architecture

Celebrating Landscape Architecture At Work and At Play