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WI ASLA Advocacy Alert!

Hello WI ASLA Members, Partners, & Friends,

WI ASLA reached out to the Assembly Committee on Transportation and spoke before the Senate Committee hearing on February 4th at the state capitol. While there was good conversation we do not know if the Senate version of the bill will be amended to include landscape architects in the language.  We do know the morning of February 11 the Assemble Committee on Transportation did approve AB 820 without amendments and the bill will now head to the Assembly floor for a vote. The date of the vote has not been announced yet.

But there is still one more chance to have the Assembly bill amended!

We are asking that you immediately call and/or email your state representative to respectfully request that AB 820 be amended on the floor to include landscape architects in the definition of design professional.

Anyone is welcome to contact their representative regarding this…friends, family, neighbors, colleagues…as long as they are Wisconsin Residents…so please spread the word!

See the letter template with talking points attached and at WIASLA.com

Find Your Legislators- https://legis.wisconsin.gov/
Senate Bill 770  https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/2019/proposals/sb77
Template Letter


Sarah Mcdonald, PLA, ASLA
WI ASLA Chapter President

2020 Spring conference

Registration is now open for the Spring Conference being held February 19 & 20 at UW Madison - Union South.  Don't miss this great event! 


Click here to view an update on the Veto Requests that were made earlier this Summer.


A Letter from the President / DSPS Final Licensure Report

Click here to view WI ASLA President Jonathan Bronk's letter to membership regarding the DSPS Final Licensure Report. 

USGBC West North Central SITES Collaborative Group

We are looking for interested individuals to participate in the USGBC West North Central SITES Collaborative group. This regional SITES Collaborative would be a group of key stakeholders interested in leadership roles focused on promoting built environments that are well planned, designed, developed and maintained to protect and enhance the benefits we derive from healthy functioning landscapes. The collaborative will start out by determining its mission and learning about the SITES program to better assist our community.

More information contact Christa Schaefer [email protected]

Check out this USGBC article from USGBC

SITES Collaboration overview