Make Your Voice Heard: ASLA’s Federal & State Legislative Priorities

Pink cherry blossoms and the United States Capitol building in Washington, DC
image: “Spring Blossoms @ the U.S. Capitol” by jpellgen, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

All ASLA members are invited to participate in the biennial Federal & State Legislative Priorities Survey. As the national voice for the landscape architecture profession, we want to hear from you on what you think are the most important policy issues. Help determine ASLA’s federal legislative agenda and state advocacy activities for 2023-2024.

ASLA works with chapters, state and federal legislators, state and administration officials, and regulatory bodies to advance policies critical to the profession. The purpose of this short survey is twofold:

  • To formulate ASLA’s federal legislative priorities for the 118th Congress
  • To provide useful data to help guide chapters’ state legislative priorities and advocacy efforts.

Take this short survey on what policy issues matter most to you.

Two years ago, we broke all our previous response records when close to 2,400 ASLA members took our priorities survey. This year, help us surpass 3,000 by not only taking this survey yourself, but by encouraging your friends, colleagues, chapter members, and all landscape architects to participate. Every voice matters, and we want to make sure as many people as possible are heard. Complete the survey by June 5. Your ASLA Government Affairs team thanks you in advance for your responses!

ASLA’s current federal priorities for the 117th Congress (2021–2022) can be found here.

With your input, ASLA will continue to succeed in our mission to advocate for you and your profession.

Leave a Reply