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Registration is now open for the 13th Annual Twin States Conference in Tupelo, Mississippi. This years theme is “Technology and the Future of the Profession”. Speakers including Shawn Kelly, the ASLA Past President, will be speaking on a wide range of topics centered around technology and future trends for our profession.  Be sure not to miss it!

Our social event this year will be dinner at the Elvis Presley Birthplace and Grounds.

Please go to the Conference Website for more information and to download the paper registration form.  Online registration will be available soon.

Click here to register online.

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

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Thanks for your generous support of Landscape Architecture!

April 4-6, Huntsville, Alabama

http://www.twinstatesconference.com – @2019Tsc

 

 

 

 

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Charlene LeBleu

Charlene LeBleu, FASLA, AICP, is an Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture in the School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture at Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama and President of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA). For 14 years, her primary areas of interest and research have been focused on water quality issues, especially issues related to green infrastructure and low impact development design. She is a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects (FASLA), a member of the ASLA Education and Practice PPN, ,and a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).

For more information go to http://www.twinstatesconference.com

The Early Bird Deadline ends soon.  Register Today!

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Wendy Miller

Wendy Miller, FASLA, has spent over 30 years as a registered landscape architect focusing on urban design and transportation. Miller’s career started in the public sector working in local government developing environmental ordinances and promoting aesthetic improvements through design, project development, and public awareness. Her transition to transportation planning and policy with the Winston-Salem Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization opened a new avenue of work and commitment to creating humane transportation infrastructure. Miller believes having landscape architects involved in shaping transportation corridors – our most ubiquitous public space – is critical.

For more information and to register for the conference visit http://www.twinstatesconference.com or call Jana Hoops, Conference Coordinator at 601-624-8740 or jhoops3@comcast.net

 

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The time of year is here again for the annual Mississippi Chapter CSI Product Show.  It is still the largest and longest running COMMERCIAL product show in Mississippi!  As you can see on the attached, the seminars promise to be outstanding, and I think both may interest landscape architects.  One deals with ceramic tile and the other deals with custom woodwork.  Also, I’m excited to say that our own Martha Hill, representing Earthscape, will be part of the show!  Sooooo, anyone wanting to check out current construction products and get a free meal, I hope that’s an offer they can’t refuse.  There are costs associated with the seminars, but each has CEU credits.  Just click on the links in the invitation and seminar forms to register for the seminars and the product show.

Phillip L. McDade FCSI, CCS, FASLA

2019 Mississippi CSI Show Invitation (1)

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Thomas Rainer is a registered landscape architect, teacher, and author living in Arlington, Virginia. Thomas, a leading voice in ecological landscape design, has designed landscapes for the U.S. Capitol grounds, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and The New York Botanical Garden, as well as over 100 gardens from Maine to Florida. He is a celebrated public speaker who has garnered acclaim for his passionate presentations to audiences across the U.S. and in Europe. Thomas serves as a Principal for the landscape architectural and consulting firm Phyto Studio in Washington, D.C.

Thomas received his Masters Degree from the University of Georgia. Thomas has worked for the firms Oehme, van Sweden and Associates, and was most recently a Principal at the landscape architectural and planning firm, Rhodeside & Harwell. He has a broad range of experience in project types ranging from intimate residential gardens to expansive estates, rooftop gardens, botanical gardens, large-scale green infrastructure design & implementation, and national memorials. His work has been featured in numerous publications, including The New York TimesLandscape Architecture MagazineThe Washington PostThe Chicago Tribune, and Architectural Digest.

While passionate about design and focusing on details, Thomas is a specialist in applying innovative planting concepts to create ecologically-functional designed landscapes. His recent work focuses on the artful interpretation of wild plant communities into designed plantings that thrive in the context of towns and cities.  He also continues to love working on residential gardens, enjoying the intimate collaboration with clients and creating spaces.

Thomas teaches planting design for the George Washington University Landscape Design program. His recently published book co-authored with Claudia West, Planting in a Post-Wild World, was released in fall 2015 from Timber Press and was selected by the American Horticultural Society as one of the 2016 books of the year.

For more information about the conference go to http://www.twinstatesconference.com

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On-line registration and a downloadable form are now available for the 2019 AL/MS Twin States Conference, April 4-6, in Huntsville, Alabama.  Please go to the conference website at http://www.twinstatesconference.com and follow the links.  We look forward to seeing you there!

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