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Livable Communities Brief
Download the CSLA's Livable Communities document, which illustrates how landscape architecture makes our communities more livable.
2019 Federal Election Toolkit
During the 2019 federal election campaign, CSLA members have an opportunity to raise awareness of issues related to landscape architecture. The election toolkit is designed to help CSLA members advocate for better communities by engaging with their candidates.
CSLA Awards of Excellence Announced
CSLA Announces the Recipients of the 2019 Awards of Excellence: Rooted in Clay - WY Garden (Winnipeg, MB) by Straub Thurmayr Landscape Architects is awarded the Jury’s Award of Excellence
CSLA Fellows Legacy Project
Read the biographies and view images of the CSLA Fellows' work. Learn more...
LO! Carbon - Are we too late?
…to make a difference and prevent the severe outcomes of allowing our world to warm up to 2ºC? The 10-year countdown is on—read the Spring 2019 issue of LANDSCAPES I PAYSAGES to find out what LAs and other professionals are already doing … and what more needs to be done.
Invasive Species Code of Conduct
Along with the Canadian Council on Invasive Species, the CSLA proudly launches a new National Voluntary Code of Conduct for the ornamental horticulture industry.
2020 CSLA-AALA Congress in Calgary
June 18-20, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency, Calgary. The theme is The Essence of Time
Download the Adaptation Primer, introductory books that provide basic information on the most complex challenge facing decision-makers in this first half of the 21st century: climate adaptation.
Canadian Landscape Charter Cross Canada Tour
Are you interested in discussing the Canadian Landscape Charter? Its applicability? Its reach? Learn when the Charter is coming to your city...