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ASLA Florida committees support Chapter programmatic objectives by performing specific functions and providing member expertise and input on issues and programs.
ASLA Florida is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive culture, built upon the principles of being collaborative, member-focused, accountable, responsible, and volunteer-supported.
The GAC's mission is to preserve, protect, promote, and strengthen the regulated practice of Landscape Architecture in Florida, and to reduce barriers to the practice as a responsibility and service to ASLA Florida members.
The EMPC's mission is to provide young members with the guidance for a clear path to grow in a role in their career. Mechanisms to do so will be via various community, volunteer, professional development, and mentoring activities.
The HALS's mission is to record historic landscapes in the Florida through measured and interpretive drawings, written histories, and large-format photographs for the HABS/HAER/HALS Collection at the Library of Congress.
The CoSE's mission is to highlight and promote sustainable design for the mutual benefit of both human civilizations and natural ecosystems to minimize environmental degradation, avoid excess consumption, and respect the needs of future generations.
The VDCC's mission is to collectively work towards providing digital design workflows to positively influence landscape design in automation and technology.
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ASLA members enjoy many benefits and discounts with their annual dues. Two of the most important benefits, as identified by members, are ASLA's efforts to raise awareness of the profession, and legislative advocacy on issues that matter most to the profession, including licensure.