The Gregg County Extension office will be co-sponsoring a two-night Landscape Design Course that is designed for homeowners who would like to plan and design their own landscape, or for those that just want to give their landscape a “facelift” so to speak. This will be held with the intent for participants to have homework and after the first evening, start to put their ideas on paper and bring to the second session. Registration fee includes all materials and supplies! The “Hands-On” workshop will be held on Tuesday, November 7th and on Tuesday, November 14th, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm both evenings.
Speakers for the course will be;
Allison Reeves is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, with a Masters degree in Landscape Architecture and a Bachelors in Geography. Prior to living in Longview, she worked as a designer for a landscape architecture firm in Dallas, Texas. Allison spent three years on the Design Review Board for a large residential development in Fort Worth, reviewing and providing critical feedback on landscape plans for new homeowners. Additionally, she worked on individual residential projects across north Texas and central Texas. Allison will be speaking on November 7th discussing “Basic Principles of Landscape Design”.
Greg Grant is currently the Extension Agent-Horticulture in Smith County. Was a former lecturer in the School of Horticulture at Stephen F. Austin State University. He is also co-author, with William C. Welch, of the Southern Heirloom Garden (1995, Taylor Publishing, Dallas, Texas) and a regular contributor to Neil Sperry’s Gardens magazine. He has traveled extensively to botanical and public gardens throughout the United States and Europe. Greg will be presenting on November 14th and will be discussing “Plant Materials in the Landscape”.
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