Account Renewal

Familiarize yourself with the membership categories and requirements before proceeding. Once you renew your membership, you will not be able to change your category until your next renewal cycle.
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Account Renewal

In recent years, regulations have increased with landscape design. The decision was made that when advocating for rights to practice in various states, APLD would need to change our membership documentation to be successful in this endeavor.

The 2016 membership renewal process is new. Before you begin, please review the membership category information to ensure you have all necessary documentation. Be sure to allot enough time to complete the entire renewal form as the information will not save if you exit the page before completion. If you are not self-employed, please be sure your employer completes the employment verification form on your behalf so you can upload it when you renew.

 

Congratulations. Now you can become a full-fledged APLD member. To complete your account upgrade, please fill in the information below.

Enter the total hours of classes or seminars taken in the past three years

Provide information about three seminars or classes you have attended recently that you feel are indicative of your landscape design education.

Seminar or Class #1
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Seminar or Class #2
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Seminar or Class #3
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Professional Reference #1
Professional Reference #2
Professional Reference #3

Work History

 
 
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Acceptable Documentation: Business license, Proof of liability insurance, IRS Letter of determination, Letter of Incorporation, or Sales tax certificate
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Attention

California Members: Contributions or gifts to APLD are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes. However, they may be tax deductible under other provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. For California members only, for tax year 2017, we estimate 25% of dues were related to the organization's lobbying activities and are therefore non-deductible. Please consult your tax advisor.