TAG: National Association of Landscape Professionals

NALP signs president’s pledge to America’s workers

August 10, 2018By

The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) signed President Donald Trump’s Pledge to America’s Workers, committing to enhance career opportunities for 150,000 people in the next five years. “We are honored to be part of the president’s workforce initiative and joined by so many other industries in this pledge to grow the American workforce in the 21st century economy,” said NALP... read more

Take NALP’s safety survey, get free copy of report

August 7, 2018By

The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) seeks members and nonmembers to take its 2018 Safety Benchmark Survey. The deadline is Aug. 17. Participants will receive a free electronic copy of the report, which is expected to be complete by early fall. Landscape professionals complete a PDF or Excel version of the survey, which requests information including your Experience Modification Rate,... read more

NALP reveals 2018 award winners for advocacy, community partnership and environmental stewardship

July 30, 2018By

The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) named its 2018 Advocacy, Community Partnership and Environmental Stewardship award winners. NALP presented the awards at its R&R and Legislative Days. Honorees include the following: Jeff Fedorchak, vice president of corporate affairs at TruGreen, received the 2018 Advocacy Award for his work managing NALP’s Public Affairs Advisory Council, his work on pesticide preemption... read more

NALP members visit D.C. to volunteer, lobby

July 25, 2018By

More than 500 members of the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) visited Washington, D.C., for Legislative Days on the Hill and Renewal & Remembrance July 15-17. Legislative Days is NALP’s annual education, networking and lobbying day on Capitol Hill. Renewal & Remembrance—in its 22nd year—is the association’s annual service project during which hundreds of landscape professionals volunteered time and... read more

Big Picture: Southern Revival

July 18, 2018By
Entryway and fountain (Photo by Dan DeGrush/Lifescape Colorado)

Location: Denver Company:Lifescape Colorado Maintaining the style of this 1920s home and finding materials to blend with its architecture was a must for this project. The client’s wish list included a dining patio with a fireplace and pergola; a full outdoor kitchen; a spa; removing the tree hedge along the back of the property, while still screening the parking area;... read more

Landscapes 2018 debuts new technical track and specialty education

July 10, 2018By

The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) unveiled the schedule for Landscapes 2018, which will include a new technical track and education opportunities for every team member. “We are truly excited to debut a reimagined conference in our brand-new headquarters hotel—the spectacular Omni Louisville Hotel,” said NALP CEO Sabeena Hickman. “We encourage people to bring more of their team members and let... read more

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