The Landscape Performance Series was launched in 2010 thanks to a generous bequest from the JJR|Roy Fund. Since then, countless firms, individuals, and organizations have given their time, money, expertise, and talents to build the resources and awareness. There are many ways that you can contribute as an individual or organization.


Financial Contributions

Donations and sponsorships are critical to continue to build content, develop new modules, and sustain the underlying infrastructure of this free resource.

Individual donations
Support the Landscape Performance Series with a gift of any amount. Visit the Landscape Architecture Foundation website and specify “LPS” in the “Why you support” field. Donate Online Now 

Demonstrate your commitment to sustainable landscape solutions by becoming an LPS sponsor. For additional information or to discuss giving and recognition opportunities, contact Cara at email hidden; JavaScript is required.


Content Contributions

We are continually looking for timely, thought-provoking content for the Landscape Performance Series. If you have suggestions or would like to contribute any of the following, contact us at email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Case Study Briefs
The LPS database features case studies of exemplary built projects with quantified environmental, social, and economic benefits. The majority are developed by faculty-student-practitioner teams through the Landscape Architecture Foundation’s Case Study Investigation (CSI) program. If you’d like to develop a case study independently, please get in touch. Potential submitters should be prepared to gather performance information and develop a case study based on specific guidance – it is unlikely that the information in an existing project cut sheet will fulfill the requirements.

Fast Facts and Benefits Toolkit tools
We continually monitor research news for Fast Facts on the benefits of landscape and online tools and calculators to estimate landscape performance. Let us know if you hear of something new or see something we missed.

Resources for Educators
If you are a faculty member at a university and have taught landscape performance, we’d love to add your teaching materials to our growing collection of resources. All materials remain copyright of the participating universities and faculty.

Blog posts
Our Landscape Performance News blog relies heavily on articles from guest authors. If you have information to share on landscape performance-related research, tools, projects, or programs, please get in touch.

Help build the LPS: Find out how to submit a case study and other ways to contribute.