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Join the South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia Chapters of the American Society of Landscape Architects for the ASLA Southeast Regional Conference. The conference will be held on Sunday, June 2nd through Tuesday, June 4th at the Hyatt Regency Greenville located in downtown Greenville, South Carolina.

The ASLA Southeast Regional Conference 2019 is certain to educate, engage, and ignite discussion within the Landscape Architecture Community!

  • Panel discussions to case studies, lectures and tours
  • Learn and engage with Industry Partners during the interactive Expo Hall
  • Enjoy the Southeast Regional Awards Ceremony with colleagues
  • Network with leaders in the Landscape Architecture Profession
  • Experience downtown Greenville and all that it has to offer, including the iconic Falls Park, a thriving downtown, an exciting culinary scene, and incredible outdoor activities
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Please make plans now to attend the 2019 TSC in Huntsville, Alabama, April 4-6.  The conference will be held at the Von Braun Center in downtown Huntsville.  The theme for the conference will be “Creating Resilient Solutions”.

More information soon.  In the meantime visit twinstatesconference.com or call Jana Hoops, Conference Coordinator, at 601-624-8740.

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

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If you missed the online registration deadline it is still not too late to attend.  Join us this Thursday -Saturday, March 8-10 at the new Westin Jackson Hotel, earn up to 11 CEU’s and interact with nationally known landscape architects and others.  We hope to see you there!

http://www.twinstatesconference.com

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This SMART LANDSCAPES workshop is a one-day training workshop by seven knowledgeable MSU experts on how to have the smartest landscape on your block. Please see the Smart Landscapes Jan 26 Event Brochure for more information.

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Join us for the 2018 Twin States Conference – twinstatesconference.com

March 8-10 in Jackson, Mississippi

“An Evolving and Emerging Profession”

Hosted at the Westin Jackson in downtown Jackson, Mississippi.

Click here for more information about the venue and to make hotel reservations.

Confirmed Speakers:

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Possible CE credits will be available this January 18 in conjunction with the Gulf States Horticulture Show in Mobile, AL. The Mississippi Landscape and Nursery Association invite you to this opportunity and also to visit the conventions exhibitor show floor. It is a great opportunity to check availabilities and exciting new plants for the southern region along with additional green industry  goods and services.  We also invite you to participate in our evening dinner on Jan. 19. GO to this link to see show info and Landscape Architect program schedule. http://www.gshe.org 

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The 61st Edward C. Martin, Jr., Landscape Design Symposium is a half-day event held in the Bost Auditorium on Wednesday Oct. 19 at MSU from 9 a.m. until noon. The event is presented by the MSU Department of Landscape Architecture and the Garden Clubs of Mississippi. Topics covered in this year’s symposium include low maintenance home landscapes and two sessions on garden plants and places for experiencing wildlife. Speakers are Edward C. Martin, Jr., MSU professor emeritus in the Department of Landscape Architecture, Bill Fontenot, writer and naturalist from Lafayette, Louisiana, and Kristin Lamberson, native plant specialist at the Strawberry Plains Audubon Center in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Martin, who started the Landscape Design Symposium 61 years ago, will speak about low-maintenance home landscapes. Fontenot will discuss great garden plants and places for wildlife, and Lamberson will provide perspectives and wonders of wildlife.

Find more information and register for the symposium at http://lalc.msstate.edu/workshops/martin_symp or contact Debbie Whitfield at 662-325-4554 or dww12@lalc.msstate.edu.

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