Greg Huber is a public service and outreach faculty member of the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service and a Georgia registered landscape architect.
He earned a Bachelor and Master’s degree from the University of Georgia College of Environment and Design.
His 26-year career includes a dynamic range of field experience as a green industry professional and teacher. Prior to joining Extension in 2016, he was the coordinator and lead instructor for the Horticulture program at Southern Crescent Technical College, specializing in workforce training (2005-2015).
Huber has field experience in a dynamic range of industry sectors including landscape design, site planning and construction documents, landscape contracting, landscape management, retail nursery, carpentry, and Christmas tree production.
Georgia’s landscape and turf industries count on Huber’s communication of critical timely information and announcements through the Landscape Alerts & Updates newsletter, Georgia Certified Landscape Professional and Georgia Certified Plant Professional newsletters.
He is the past recipient of the Southern Crescent Technical College Rick Perkins Award for Excellence in Technical Education and the Georgia Green Industry Association Educator and Communicator of the Year Awards.