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STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) – The Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum is the place where the past comes alive, but volunteers are also keeping an eye on the future.

As technology advances, designers are placing more and more importance on sustainability.

The highlight of Monday”s (4-15) Spring Open House was the dedication of the newly completed Green Pavilion.

Mississippi State faculty and students, in architecture and landscaping, designed and built the pavilion.

It represents the last phase of a 4 year plan to improve the building’s landscaping and irrigation.

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