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Contribute Your Knowledge to the JTA!

The Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB) needs YOUR help! CLARB has launched its Job Task Analysis (JTA), a survey of the practice of landscape architecture that forms the basis of the Landscape Architecture Registration Exam (L.A.R.E.) and informs the legal scope of practice in every jurisdiction across the United States and Canada.




This survey is open to all professionals within landscape architecture. Your participation in the JTA survey is vital to its success, and by doing so you are:

  • Ensuring all critical aspects of licensed practice are recognized: As the scope of practice of a landscape architect evolves so should the licensure exam. Your input helps ensure the exam stays defensible and relevant.

  • Ensuring that your voice is heard: Provides you with an opportunity to inform the knowledge, skills and abilities needed for future landscape architects, and ensures that the voice of your jurisdiction’s landscape architects is represented in the survey analysis.

  • Strengthening the case for licensure and your scope of practice: The results will demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities that landscape architects rely on to protect the public's health, safety and welfare.

Please click here when you are ready to start the survey.

The survey will take between 30-45 minutes to complete, and we encourage you to share it with your friends and colleagues within landscape architecture. To thank you for your time, CLARB is randomly selecting 17 survey respondents to win Visa gift cards in the amounts of $100 to $500. The winners will be chosen when the survey closes.

If you have questions about the JTA, please feel free to contact Mariela Wagner at CLARB at mwagner@clarb.org.

Thank you in advance for participating in this vital study of the landscape architecture profession.

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