About the Northwest Territories Association of Landscape Architects
The NWT Association of Landscape Architects (NWTALA) was formally accepted as a component association of the CSLA on January 1, 1991. The NWTALA was the first component association to represent landscape architects practicing north of the 60th parallel in Canada. Operations are chiefly carried out in Yellowknife, NT.
The objectives of the association are:
- To provide an opportunity to discuss design and landscape issues with landscape architects and other design professions;
- To promote improved landscape development throughout the Northwest Territories through fostering public, government and industry interests in landscape architecture;
- To provide professional representation for all matters affecting the practice of Landscape Architecture in the Northwest Territories;
- To provide a link to components of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects and other landscape architectural associations;
- To provide a Northwest Territories base for education and information concerning landscape architecture. In this regard, the Association may act as trustee for scholarships, endowments, or trusts of philanthropic nature; and,
- To promote the profession of landscape architecture.
Members of the NWTALA are guided by a Constitution, Bylaws and Code of Ethics.
- NWTALA Constitution & By-laws
- NWTALA Code of Ethics
- Reciprocity Agreement (The NWTALA is a signatory of the CSLA Reciprocity Agreement.)
Landscape Architecture in the Northwest Territories
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Contact the NWTALA
P.O. Box 1394, Yellowknife NT X1A 2P1