Laura Morton, APLD
Laura Morton is certified through the Association of Professional Landscape Designers (APLD).
One of the requirements of Certification is to maintain ongoing educational credits each year.
CERTIFICATES & AWARDS
UCLA Landscape Architecture Certificate Program
Awarded APLD Certification
from the Association of Professional Landscape Designers
ABOUT APLD® CERTIFICATION
The APLD certification program provides professional recognition to landscape designers, based on established standards of excellence. This process encourages self-assessment by offering guidelines for achievement. Certification is available for Associate APLD members in good standing, who have been practicing landscape design for a minimum of four years.
The certification process is not an education curriculum per se. It is designed to evaluate the candidate’s submitted work, consisting of three installed projects and requiring drawings, plant list, design intent statement, and photographs.
To encourage certified members to continue their education, the APLD requires recertification every three years, with 30 contact hours of continuing education credit.
Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden
Permaculture Design Certificate #000253
Green Gardens Group/LA
Certified Sustainable Landscape Professional
“This habitat is certified in the National Wildlife Federation’s worldwide network of mini-refuges. Because of the owner’s conscientious planning, landscaping and sustainable gardening, wildlife may find quality habitat—food, water, cover, and places to raise their young.”
Best of Houzz—Design Category (2017)
Best of Houzz—Client Satisfaction (2015)
Recommended on Houzz
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