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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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In this webinar you will learn about some of the environmental differences impacting trees in the lower South, and how to select plants that can best reflect regional character. Underutilized tree and understory species will be discussed as well as the selection of hardy species types for sustainable landscapes. Bob Brzuszek, ASLA, is an Extension Professor of Landscape Architecture at Mississippi State University, has written numerous publications on lower South trees and sustainable landscapes, and serves on a local tree board.
Proof of attendance provided for continuing education credit. Webinars can be viewed from any computer with Internet access. There is no cost to participate, but registration is required to receive information on how to access the webinar. To register, go to http://techoutreach.msucares.com/webinars and click on The Canopy: Tree Selection In The Lower South under Upcoming Webinars.
FOR MORE INFORMATION contact: Mississippi State University Forestry Extension – (662) 325-3150 or jg966@msstate.edu

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2013 Award submittals are now available for viewing.  Follow this link https://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

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