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October 15-18, 2019

The largest lawn care and landscape education event in the country, produced by the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP), in Louisville.

Leaders Forum | NALP

NALP’s annual Leaders Forum is the premier executive-level conference for landscape and lawn care company owners, senior executives and emerging leaders.

Meet Our Members

Meet NALP Member Shayne Newman of YardApes

Shayne Newman, founder and president of YardApes in New Milford, Connecticut, credits his upbringing to his ultimate career choice in landscaping. Having spent so much time outdoors as a kid made it seem virtually impossible to choose a career that involved the confines of four walls every day. “I don’t just like being outside; I […]

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The Latest

3 Ways to Maximize Landscape Fleet Efficiency

The landscape industry is constantly changing. Fluctuating fuel costs, vehicle prices and indeterminate weather during busy seasons all contribute to uncertainty. But for innovative landscape fleets, uncertainty doesn’t need to be foreboding. Instead, it should be an opportunity for fleet managers to hone in on wasteful procedures and replace them with streamlined processes that both […]

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NALP Member Ed Klaas Offers Hurricane Help

hurricane help

Edward Joseph Klaas, II, owner of Southern Sprinkler Systems LLC in Roswell, Georgia, has made an effort to assist in every major hurricane in the Southeast since 2005 when his company’s assistance with Hurricane Katrina left a lasting impact. After Hurricane Dorian left parts of the Bahamas devastated, Klaas teamed up with a local business […]

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3 Ways to Reach the iGen Workforce

iGen workforce

If you’re struggling to hire or retain employees, it’s possible you may need to revisit the way you do things. Today, the post-millennial generation (Generation Z) is arriving in the workforce—and their wants and needs are quite different than you might be used to. That means if you’re still employing yesterday’s approach to hiring and […]

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Pricing for the Green Industry

Member Price: $80.00
Nonmember Price: $120.00

Management of Cool Season Lawns

Member Price: $150.00
Nonmember Price: $225.00

Training Manual for Maintenance Technicians

Member Price: $70.00
Nonmember Price: $105.00