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Louisiana Landscape Architect Examination Information

Louisiana Exam Information

In addition to passing the Landscape Architect Registration Examination (LARE), Louisiana candidates are required to pass the Louisiana Landscape Architect Examination (LLAE) before obtaining licensure. The LLAE is a multiple-choice examination of subject areas that are unique to the practice of landscape architecture in Louisiana. The exam is computer-based and administered year-round at the LDAF main office located in Baton Rouge. Once candidates have passed all sections of the LARE they may apply for and take the LLAE.

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2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design, pages 44-49, 98-103, 117-119, 127-133, 149-158, 228-252
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Best Practices Manual for Development in Coastal Louisiana, Chapter 3 and 4
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Center for Planning Excellence, Rising Above: Retain, Detain -The Drain
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Environmental Finance Center, What is Green Infrastructure?
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FEMA Coastal Construction Manual, pages 2-9; 3-6; and G-1
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FEMA Coastal Hazards and Considerations, pages 2-13; 2-14; and 2-15
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FEMA Decks, Pools and Accessory Structures Fact Sheet
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FEMA Lowest Floor Elevation Fact Sheet
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FEMA Summary of Coastal Construction Requirements and Recommendations pages 1-4
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FEMA Selecting a Lot & Siting the Building
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Green Infrastructure Opportunities that Arise During Municipal Operations pages 2, 3, 4, and 10
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Horticulture Commission Law
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Download Horticulture Commission Regulations
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Louisiana Plant Hardiness Zone Map
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Identification, Selection and Use of Southern Plants: For Landscape Design (4th Revised Edition) Odenwald, Neil, and Turner, James.
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