RSS Feeds

What is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a technology that allows you to subscribe to news feeds from websites or blogs. To subscribe to ASLA’s RSS feeds, you’ll need an RSS reader or aggregator. You can use web-based services, such as Google Reader, or BlogLines, a plug-in to your email software such as NewsGator for MS Outlook, or the latest browsers, such as FireFox or Internet Explorer.

What are the benefits of RSS?

RSS allows you to stay up-to-date on news from The Field, and the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). Once you subscribe to an RSS feed, the latest information is automatically delivered to you via your RSS reader or aggregator.

Which RSS feeds are available?

ASLA currently offers a variety of news and feeds:

The Field

The Dirt
Advocacy News – U.S. Federal and state legislative and regulatory analysis from ASLA’s advocacy team.
Annual Meeting News – News from the annual meeting, which occurs each fall in a different U.S. city.
Awards News – ASLA honors and awards news.
LA in the News – An aggregation of the best stories on landscape architecture from around the web.
LAND – ASLA’s bi-weekly newsletter.
Opportunities – ASLA hosts a message board, which includes information on new RFPs, grants and fellowships, educational opportunities, and competitions from the LA community. There are also international listings.

All ASLA News – Subscribe to just one RSS feed that includes all feeds in one stream. feeds include headlines, summaries and links back to for the full news item. LA in the News feeds link directly to other news sources. You can subscribe to just one news area, or all of them.

What about syndicating The Field and’s content?

ASLA encourages other websites and blogs to syndicate news content. Please feel free to add to your site and blog, and help us get the word out on ASLA.

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