Mark your calenders for the annual DCTC Plant Sale!!! Sale runs Thursday, May 7th. 8AM – 7PM Friday, May 8th. 8AM – 7PM Saturday, May 9th. 9AM – 1PM See you there!
After many hours of hard work and deliberation, students and instructor Matt Brooks came up with a master plan for sustainable food gardens at Apple Valley Middle School.
Check out some of the amazing drawings created by students enrolled in the Sketch-Up for Landscape Designers class offered at Dakota County Technical College. This course met just one day a week and attracted mostly landscape
Four students in the Landscape Horticultural program at Dakota County Technical College recently received scholarships sponsored by the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association (MNLA) Foundation. The scholarship recipients
Attention all landscape designers! Are you wondering what new skill you will pick up over our long Minnesota winter? Why not learn how to put Google Sketch-Up to work for you next year. The landscape horticulture program at DCTC
Sustainable Parks Design Guidelines While reorganizing files and rearranging the landscape design studio this week I ran across a project that students worked on a few years back and wanted to share it with you. Check out their
Instructors Matt Brooks and Catherine Grant along with 12 students in the landscape horticulture program at Dakota County Technical College (DCTC) recently traveled to the Driftless region of northeastern Iowa and southwestern
After a three-day visit from a Professional Landcare Network accreditation team led by Kent Hammond, associate professor emeritus at The Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute in Wooster, Ohio., PLANET granted
Landscape Horticulture students tour Welch Permaculture Gardens Bruce Blair | Welch Permaculture Gardens Picture-perfect weather in a picture-perfect setting greeted 15 students on a two-hour visit to Welch Permaculture Gardens
DCTC landscape design students recently enjoyed a beautiful late summer day touring local landscapes as part of their Landscape Design II class. Students and instructor Matt Brooks toured local residential neighborhoods to