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Private Dinner with the Carrabbas benefiting CanCare

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Gary enjoyed a fantastic, backyard dinner with Randi and Johnny Carrabba yesterday evening. The event benefited CanCare, Inc., a wonderful organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their families. We are proud to support this very worthy cause.

To learn more about the difference CanCare is making in the lives of so many affected by cancer, visit

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Super Bowl Urban Forestry Initiative

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The Moss team joined Mayor Sylvester Turner, HPARD Director Joe Turner, Trees For Houston, the Memorial Park Conservancy and 350 volunteers this morning for the Super Bowl Urban Forestry Initiative!  Thank you to everyone who came out to help plant trees along Haskell Street – it was a fantastic morning to add a little more green to our beloved Houston!


Plant Presentation with Heidi Sheesley

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Our team had a great time with Heidi Sheesley yesterday! Heidi is the owner of Treesearch Farms and she gave a fantastic presentation on “Underused Plants for Houston Landscapes”. We are so excited to begin incorporating some of these in our designs, especially the new varieties of hollies and camellias!


Preservation Houston’s Good Brick Award

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We are proud to announce that we are part of another award-winning project! Preservation Houston’s Good Brick Award recognizes local contributions to the preservation, restoration and enhancement of Houston’s architectural and cultural heritage. We are thrilled to have restored the landscape for this home that belonged to Governor William P. Hobby!

If historic Houston interests you, please join us on Friday evening, March 3, 2017, when the Cornerstone Dinner presents “Building the History of Houston through Great Architecture” at the River Oaks Country Club!

Tickets may be purchased here.