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About

NMASLA is a statewide professional organization open to landscape architects and their associates, including students in the graduate landscape architecture program at the University of New Mexico.

Vision

Leading the design and stewardship of land and communities.

Mission

Landscape architects lead the stewardship, planning, and design of our built and natural environments.  NMASLA's mission is to advance landscape architecture in New Mexico through advocacy, communication, education, and fellowship.


Strategic Plan

Click here to view a summary of our 2013 Strategic Plan.


2018-2019 Executive Committee

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President:  Scott Culler, ASLA

Consensus Planning

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President-Elect: Kenneth Francis, ASLA

        Surroundings Studio

 

 

Past-President:  Justin Weathermon, ASLA

          MRWM Landscape Architects

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Secretary: Travis Tabet, ASLA

 Groundwork Studio

 

Member-at-Large:  Jitka Dekojova, ASLA

           Dekker/Perich/Sabatini

 

Member-at-Large:  Aaron Zahm, ASLA

MRWM Landscape Architects

 

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Member-at-Large:  Sue Mortier, ASLA

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Associate-at-Large:  Bonnie Strange, Associate ASLA

Groundwork Studio

 

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Associate-at-Large:  Kevin Amagai, Associate ASLA

MRWM Landscape Architects

 

Associate-at-Large:  Beverly Fischer, Associate ASLA

Groundwork Studio

Student Chapter Representative:  Elena Johnson, Student ASLA President

School of Architecture and Planning, University of New Mexico


Membership questions?  Contact Julia Lent, our friendly Director of Member and Chapter Services.

View our Executive Committee position descriptions here.


Our Partners

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Visit the UNM MLA Program Student blog.