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Mahwah Public Library Holding Landscaping Seminar

Date: April 14, 2010

 

MIDLAND PARK, N.J. - April 14, 2010 - As part of the its Continuing Education Series, Jacobsen Landscape and Design will be conducting an educational seminar on "The Principles of Landscape Design" on Monday, April 26, at 7:00 p.m. at the Mahwah Public Library. The seminar will be led by Mark Milidantri, a Landscape Design Consultant with Jacobsen Landscape Design and Construction, with offices in Midland Park and Saddle River.

The April 26 seminar is part of the Jacobsen Landscape Continuing Lecture Series being held at the Mahwah Public Library, as well as other area libraries, to educate local homeowners in an array of landscaping topics as Spring approaches.

The Principles of Landscape Design seminar will focus on helping the landscape do-it-yourselfer understand the best and most productive way to design and maintain his or her own landscape. The session will be a straightforward, no-nonsense look at the ideas behind designing a home garden and landscape.

A 13-year employee of Jacobsen Landscape, Mark Milidantri has a Bachelor Of Technology in Ornamental Horticulture from SUNY-Cobleskill. His experience encompasses property maintenance and garden care as well as nursery and aftercare management and he has received a number of national and New Jersey landscape industry awards for the design and build of both small and large residential properties.

Jacobsen Landscape Design and Construction's offices and Design Center are on Godwin Avenue in Midland Park, with a second Landscape and Garden?Gallery located in historic Barnstable Court in Saddle River.

For information on the April 26 Principles of Landscape Design, go to mahwprog@bccls.org or call the Mahwah Public Library at 201-529-7323 ext. 27. To contact Mark Milidantri at Jacobsen Landscape: 201-891-1199; Mark@jacobsenlandscape.com

 

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