Presenting The New Washington Landscape Architect Stamp!


The WASLA Executive Committee has been working over the past months with the Washington State Board of Licensure for Landscape Architects to adopt a new stamp design that fits within a standard title block. At the Board’s October 16th meeting, the WASLA proposed stamp design was unanimously approved. The updated stamp is circular and about 1-7/8 inches in diameter so that it will fit in a typical 2” square title block. The Peace Tree image (minus the hearts) was retained as it makes our stamp unique among other state’s seals and because the tree has been in use as part of our stamp since 1966. Your name will of course appear above the tree, your license number on the SE side; you will sign across the tree and write in the expiration date of your license below. 

The Board of Licensure for Landscape Architects will have specific instructions regarding the approved use of the updated seal and that the graphic will be made available in editable file formats. Please wait until the Board’s instructions and stamp graphic are official before using the stamp. Thank you to the WASLA Executive Committee for their thoughtful deliberations on the stamp update. 

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