CED offers practitioners continuing education courses, as well as making CEUs available at events whenever possible. CED also offers LARE Review courses for interested practitioners.
We are an approved continuing education provider for several states in the southeast. In addition, we are also a LACES (Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System) approved provider.
For information or questions, please email us!
Landscape Planning Short Course
February 7-8, 2018
The Classic Center, Athens, GA.
Earn up to 15 CEUs!
Online Registration – Closes January 30, 2018.
You must register by January 30 to guarantee meals.
For questions about registration contact:
The following presentations were made at the 2017 Landscape Planning Short Course. This work should not be reproduced without permission from the presenters. It is understood that these are intended for educational purposes only and do not represent the College of Environment and Design or the University of Georgia.
David Dechant, Arborguard Tree Specialists. Urban Soils and Tree Health.
Jake Lott, Land F/X. How to Maximize your Efficiency at Work – Making the Tools Work for You (Note that most of this session was a hands-on demonstration).
Jenny Hardgrave, Simply Flowers, Inc. BAM! Container Gardens.
Mark Focht, Deputy Commissioner / Chief Operating Officer of NYC Parks & Recreation. The Philadelphia Story – Philadelphia’s Green Infrastructure Plan.
Bob Head, Head Ornamentals. Promotion, Use and Marketing of Native Trees and Shrubs.
David Spooner, UGA CED. Snap Shot to Great Shots: Photographing Built Landscapes (Part 1).
Abraham Odrezin, Lorberbaum Odrezin. Snap Shot to Great Shots: Photographing Built Landscapes (Part 2).
Burke Murph, GA Water and Environmental Services. Turfgrass Solutions for Green Infrastructure.
Jake Lott, Land F/X. Concepts for Designing with CAD – How to use CAD to Design from Concept to Construction (Note that most of this session was a hands-on demonstration).