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URGENT:  WIASLA Advocacy help needed

Governor Walker’s proposed 2017-2019 state budget includes language for the creation of an Occupational License Review Council charged with identifying Wisconsin professions for licensure elimination.  As you may know, several lobbying groups have already singled out the landscape architecture license for elimination, and it is possible that representatives from these groups could be appointed the proposed Occupational License Review Council.  It is critical that you speak out against attempts to weaken licensure laws in Wisconsin.  READ MORE....

WIASLA State licensure update


There is still time for you to provide testimony to the Joint Finance Committee related to the proposed Occupational License Review Council. We’ve had a good response so far, and we are seeing that people speaking out is making a difference.  Following testimony at the first week’s public Joint Finance Committee hearings, the committee Co-Chairs, Sen. Darling and Rep. Nygren, issued a recommendation to remove from the proposed state budget the Governor’s budget proposal item related to the Occupations License Review Council, among other non-fiscal policy items.  This is a good first step, but the committee may yet need to vote on pulling these items out, and per an article from last Sunday’s State Journal (Link), Co-Chair Nygren is saying they may add some of these items back into the budget at a later date.  There also appears to be some appetite for occupational reform in the current legislature.  So, if the Review Council is not included in the budget, it is likely this item is drafted as a stand-alone piece of legislation outside of the budget.   Read more...


WIASLA Chapter events

The Wisconsin Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects (WI ASLA) has many fantastic events coming up in the month of April.  See the flyer for all the highlights!

Welcome to our chapter website!

The Wisconsin Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects (WI ASLA) is the professional society that represents the landscape architecture profession in Wisconsin.  Our members typically include licensed landscape architects, allied professionals and students in Wisconsin.

WI ASLA is with great sympathy, notifying the landscape architect community of the loss of David Richard Schreiber II.  David was an intergral part of the industry and will truly be missed.  Please read the full narrative compiled from peers in the profession for David and the vast list of employees that had the privilege to work with David.