UT Landscape Architecture students pull first place on presentation board.

This was a great week at the Cullowhee Native Plant Conference. We had the opportunity to enter our board 'Native American Interpretive Garden' into the running and board presentation slot. The garden design, which was the accumulated works of numerous professors, administrators, local people groups, students, and more, drew a lot of interest. Whitney Tidd and Cameron R. Rodman were pleased to represent the University of Tennessee and the Graduate Landscape Architecture program. They appreciated the recognition from the Cullowhee Scholarship Committee for their effort and time. Tidd and Rodman hope to return next year to the 31st Annual Cullowhee Native Plant Conference with more students from both the MLA program as well as the undergraduate native plants students.

To view the board which was presented at the conference please click the image below.

Click here to view presentation board. 

Click here to view presentation board.