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Article 1:   Drought Costing Green Industry Jobs January 17, 2008

After a few spits of rain, the 30 or so people who recently gathered on the Georgia Capitol steps bowed their heads and prayed.

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Article 2:   A Waterfall Installation Guide January 17, 2008

The idea of installing a large water feature with multiple falls can seem like a daunting task, but actually can add a natural element to almost any landscape.

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Article 3:   Tablet PCs for Landscape Architecture January 17, 2008

Are you challenged when it comes to drawing by hand? Are you non-tech savvy? Having trouble transitioning between hand and computer graphics? Would you like to use both skills to improve both skills? One of the best tools currently available for doing this is the tablet PC.

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Article 4:   Visual Clues-Hedges January 17, 2008

An old proverb say “good fences make good neighbors.” From a landscape architect’s perspective this is not necessarily so since fences tend to clutter the landscape and divide urban property into little enclosed territories. Further, fences, unless constructed of the very best materials and finishes, must be maintained. Wood fences in particular need much care or they’ll eventually rot away.

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Article 5:   War Memorial Stadium, Wyo. — A New Battlefield January 17, 2008

The football field at War Memorial Stadium on Wyoming’s campus went through a major transformation in the spring and summer of 2005. Bucking tradition, the Cowboys decided to replace the natural grass surface that had been in place for over a half century in favor of a new type of synthetic turf that had never been used in college football.

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