The Board protects the life, health, and property of the citizens of Nebraska by ensuring the licensure of individuals who practice the profession of landscape architecture and present themselves as Landscape Architects within the state.
What We Do
The Nebraska State Board of Landscape Architects was created in 1967 to regulate the practice of landscape architecture in the state of Nebraska. We license and monitor landscape architects to ensure those who practice in the state are qualified through training, education, and experience. We also enforce the laws governing the practice of landscape architecture.
Who We Are
Our Board comprises five landscape architects and one member of the public. All Board members are appointed by the Governor of Nebraska and serve terms of five years.
We also have board staff to assist the Board in carrying out its mission.