The BCSLA contributes to and promotes other related professional publications that are of benefit to its members such as:
Landmark Study Defines "Public Welfare" and How Landscape Architecture Impacts It; Research Sheds New Light on Poorly Understood but Distinctive Aspect of Practice
The licensed practice of landscape architecture has seven distinct, observable impacts on public welfare according to a study by ERIN Research for the Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB). The landmark report also offered a contemporary definition of public welfare (an integral part of professional licensure along with health and safety).
For more information please contact:
Veronica Meadows, CLARB Director of Communications
Phone: (571) 432-0332