In July The Libraries and Facilities Management hosted a standing-room-only audience for a noon-hour program about landscaping on the Long Campus, and about principles that can be adapted to produce beautiful, drought-tolerant residential plantings. The program will be offered again on August 20, for those who were not able to attend the first presentation.
Mother-in-laws, Willows and Green Chile Stew: How to Landscape to Your Environment
Tuesday, August 20, Noon to 1 p.m.
Howe Conference Room, 5th floor, Briscoe Library
Dave Brahm, Manager of Landscape and Grounds for the UT Health Science Center, will discuss how to use a diverse palate of native plant material to create a colorful landscape that is durable and suited to our climate.
The program is open to everyone. Attendees are invited to bring their lunches.
Susan Hunnicutt, Special Projects Librarian
Tags: August 2013