World Landscape Architecture Month (WLAM)

reach out to your community, increase awareness of our profession and encourage public participation


Download WLAM Colouring Book Pages

The WLAM Colouring Pages are based on images submitted to the Canadian Landscape Portfolio. Click on the images to download a printable .pdf document. 









Participate in the CSLA WLAM Video Competition

The challenge:

Share a video with the CSLA which talks about any of the following subjects:
a)    Why you chose to become a landscape architect
b)    The profession of landscape architecture
c)    The role of landscape architecture in mitigating climate change
d)    A unique project that showcases the work of landscape architects

Upload the video to Facebook between April 1st and April 30th, 2019, and tag the CSLA by using #csla-aapc
Email the following to
a)    your name
b)    link to the video

The Rules

1)    the video should be a maximum of two minutes
2)    each individual or organization participating can upload one video
3)    the videographer acknowledges that the footage is original and-or that permissions to use footage have been granted in accordance with Canada’s Copyright Act

The Reward

The winner gets: 500$ and free registration for a future CSLA Congress. The winning video will be used throughout the CSLA’s social media and featured on its YouTube channel and website.

Other Ways to Celebrate World Landscape Architecture Month

The CSLA can help you promote WLAM events and activities happening across Canada and the world. Please share your WLAM events and activities with us at 

About WLAM

Every April Canadian landscape architects join their colleagues around the world to celebrate our profession. April is the perfect month to share our profession and reach out to our communities, notable for Earth Day (April 22nd) and the birthday of Frederick Law Olmsted (April 27th), founder of the landscape architecture profession in North America.

The Purpose of the CSLA WLAM program is to provide resources to:

  • bring local and national recognition and awareness to the profession, Landscape Architects, and works of landscape architecture in Canada;
  • encourage public participation and interest in events and activities related to landscape architecture; and,
  • encourage people (particularly young people) to consider a career in landscape architecture.


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