Landscape Architects Announce 2010 Awards Call for Entries
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Landscape Architects Announce 2010 Awards Call for Entries

Outstanding juries named for professional and student awards program

Washington, D.C.—November 30, 2009 —
The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has announced the 2010 Awards call for entries. Award recipients receive featured coverage in Landscape Architecture and Garden Design magazines and in many other design and construction industry and general-interest media. Award recipients, their clients and advisers will be honored at the awards presentation ceremony during the ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO in Washington , D.C. , September 10-13, 2010. The award-winning projects will be featured in a video presentation at the ceremony and on the awards website following the event. For more information, visit

The prestige of the ASLA awards program relies on the high-c aliber juries that are convened each year to review submissions. Members of the professional awards jury convening in March 2010 include:

Members of the student awards jury convening in June 2010 include: The ASLA awards program features six categories: General Design; Residential Design, cosponsored by Garden Design magazine; Analysis and Planning; Research, cosponsored by the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture and Landscape Journal; Communications; and the Landmark Award, cosponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The student awards program also features the Student Community Service Award and Student Collaboration categories.

Entry forms and payment must be received by: Submission binders must be received by: About ASLA

Founded in 1899, ASLA is the national professional association for landscape architects, representing 17,000 members in 48 professional chapters and 68 student chapters. The Society's mission is to lead, to educate, and to participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments. Members of the Society use their “ ASLA ” suffix after their names to denote membership and their commitment to the highest ethical standards of the profession. Learn more about landscape architecture online at


Jim Lapides
American Society of Landscape Architects
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