Wet Winters to Cause Spring Flooding
The California mountains have received much more snow than is usually expected, and the state will soon be facing temperatures in the 80s. Due to a deep snowpack across much of the region, the coming snowmelt will likely cause some rivers to reach levels near or above the flood stage. Read the full news article at LandscapeArchitect.com
Wildfire Risk in California
Wildfires are a constant threat in California. In a course project at Penn State titled, "Wildfire risk & land use planning: A geospatial machine learning approach," the students developed a model to spatially predict wildfire risks in California, through an extensive study of data collecting and modeling. Click Here to read about the project.
CLASS Fund 37th Annual Golf Tournament
On Monday, June 24, CLASS Fund will host its 37th Annual Golf Tournament at the Coto De Caza Golf and Racquet Club in Trabuco Canyon. Profits will benefit California Landscape Architecture Student scholarships. For more information on the tournament and scholarship opportunities, contact Vicki Phillipy at email@example.com.
The National Collegiate Landscape Competition
The National Collegiate Landscape Competition will be held from March 20 to 23, at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo. More than 700 students in the landscape and horticulture industry demonstrate their skills in competitive events and network with the top industry companies and manufacturers and suppliers. Learn More...
Featured Exhibitors - B&M Lawn and Garden
"10:00 o'clock , and we've had over 150 people come through our booths. Lots of questions, lots of new customers, new faces, old faces, its been real good!" - Justin Monnig, B&M