Susan Turner attended Baton Rouge Green's Louisiana Arbor Day 2017 celebrating their 30th anniversary where she was acknowledged by Jed Morris.
Jed wrote an article titled 'Reminiscence of Early Days of Baton Rouge Green' where he speaks to Susan's involvement in the infancy of Baton Rouge Green. He writes "Suzanne Turner summarized the impact of Baton Rouge Green's plantings as growing the feeling of coming 'into the forest.' Suzanne felt that planting a diversity of native trees was important. The 'fall deciduous oaks' were the most important element of the urban landscape."Read More
Suzanne Turner received the Stewardship Excellence Award given by The Cultural Landscape Foundation and the Louisiana Chapter ASLA during the national ASLA conference in New Orleans! She was honored during a reception at the national register Nathaniel and Frances Curtis House located in the Audubon neighborhood in New Orleans. To learn more about TCLF, click here.Read More