Please follow this link for the 2013 MSASLA Design Awards Brochure, and remember to thank and support Longshadow for making it possible. Hard copy’s will be available soon. ENJOY!
The Mississippi Native Plant Society will be holding its Annual Conference, October 18-19th at the Strawberry Plains Audubon Center in Holly Springs, MS. See attachments for more details and registration.
Landscape Architect needed at Low Impact Development Center
Position open to work on cutting edge and innovative Green Infrastructure and Low Impact Development research and implementation projects. Three to Eight years of experience. Master’s degree or higher and license preferred. AutoCAD, Microstation, Adobe Creative Suite, and SketchUp skills are essential. Applicant must have the ability to produce concept and working drawings. Good writing and presentation skills are required. Limited travel required.
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Follow this link to access MSASLA’s Flickr Photostream to view pictures from this years TSC. Other years pictures are also available.
2013 Award submittals are now available for viewing. Follow this link http://msasla.wordpress.com/awards/2013-design-awards/ to view the submitted presentations.
Congratulations to the following faculty and firms:
- Ryan’s Ranch – Sam Henry, Dalhof Thomas design|studio, Memphis, TN
- Florence Gardens – Christian Preus, Christian Preus Landscape Architecture, Gulfport, MS
- Art Garden/ MS Museum of Art – Brad Stringer, JBHM Architects, PA, Jackson, MS
- Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum, Phase V – Cory Gallo, faculty for MSU classes, MSU
Register early and save $50 on full conference registration. Early registration will end March 29th. Online registration will then be available at on-site rates until April 8th. Early registration for members is $135. For more information and a mail-in registration form, please visit the TSC Website.
See you April 11th-13th in Orange Beach, Alabama.