FROM: Landscape Design Consultants Council
Ann Houston, President
1412 East Houston Loop Road West, Fort Payne, AL 35969; telephone: 256-845-3148
LANDSCAPE DESIGN STUDY COURSE I, Series XIII
This is the first course in a series of Landscape Design Study Courses sponsored by The Garden Club of Alabama, Inc.’s Landscape Design Consultants Council. Classes will be held on Auburn University campus. Dates are Wednesday & Thursday, May 1 & 2, 2013. This popular series of landscape design studies is educational, informative and fun! These classes are part of National Garden Clubs and accreditation transfers across state lines. You do not have to be a garden club member; all those interested in God’s green earth are welcomed to join us as we work to “Create Heaven on Earth”!
WHAT: Series XIII, Course 1. Hours are 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
WHERE: Auburn University Campus - BIGGER CLASSROOM!
Patterson Greenhouse, limited parking @ classroom, enter on Duncan Drive.
Upon arrival BE SURE to pick up your parking pass FIRST!
It will be at our registration desk and is required for all on-campus parking.
COST: $35 for both days; $20 for one day or for LDCC Refresher; $5 extra for those seeking credit.
Box lunches are available for $10 per day.
QUESTIONS: State Chairman K.T. Owens – 251-743-3846
42 Longleaf Circle, Monroeville, AL 36460 (no e-mail)
TEXTBOOK: “Stewards of the Land – A Survey of Landscape Architecture & Design in America”
available for $40.00 from NGC Member Services. Allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.
To order by TELEPHONE, call 1-800-550-6007, Ext. 17 or www.gardenclub.org or NGC Headquarters, 4401 Magnolia Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110
E-mail: email@example.com (also good for The National Gardener)
Textbook Chapters and Instructors for Course 1:
1. Space, Design, and People (Williams); 2 – Theory & Basic Principles of Landscape Design (Roberts); 7 – Planning your Home Grounds (Robinson); 9 – Basics of a Site Plan (Robinson); 16 – the Private Garden (Williams); 10 – Design for the Environment (Sibley); 17 – Public Landscapes (Roberts); 22 – Development for Landscape Design (Zanzot); 8 – Landscape Design Resources (Sibley); Special Interest Lecture – “Landscape Design for School Sites” (Fleener). Landscape Design article from The National Gardener.
To register, download Landscape Design Study Course 1 registration form (fillable PDF).