It's Awards Season!

Nominate a worthy professional, pick your best projects and apply for an Award of Excellence, or get recognition for your company's commitment to safety.

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ENGAGE | March 4, 2021

Don't you miss connecting with new people and industry experts? Our solution: the new ENGAGE series which is a virtual take on the popular Breakfast with Champions peer learning event. Register now to reserve your topic!

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Landscape Management Certificate Program

A new flexible way for landscape technicians to advance their skills online, at their own pace. Training for your whole team, made easy!

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Learn more about how NALP helps Landscape and Lawn Care companies reach their goals. Join NALP now and pay monthly for as little as $33.

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NALP helps lawn care, landscape, irrigation, and tree care companies achieve more. 


NCLC Registration Now Open!

The National Collegiate Landscape Competition brings together every sector of the industry in a collaboration like no other.

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Landscape Technician Bootcamp

The new Landscape Technician Bootcamp manual is your complete guide to classroom and hands-on training for your crews.

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Supplier Discount Program

NALP members have exclusive access to discounts from more than 30 top suppliers. From equipment to software, work gear, consulting, financial planning, and more!

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COVID-19 Vaccine Info & Resources

We’ve provided HR guidance and information about the steps you can take to protect your business, your customers, and your employees

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Upcoming Events

OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety Course

March 9-10, 2021

Now, for a limited time, we have approval from OSHA to hold the course online, via Zoom. Grab your seat now. This online opportunity won't last.

National Collegiate Landscape Competition

March 15-19, 2021

This event brings together landscape and horticulture students, companies and the biggest manufacturers and suppliers.

ENGAGE

March 4, 2021

We've gathered experts in their fields who moderate focused discussions with groups of 10 people in a Zoom "room." You'll discuss key challenges and get insights into trends and strategies that your peers have implemented.

Stories from the Pros

Mandy Moreland Reflects on 18 Years with McHale Landscape Design, Inc.

Guest Contributor Mandy Moreland first got into the landscape industry working at a local nursery. Those experiences drove her decision to major in landscape management at the University of Maryland. More than two decades later, Moreland is the Director of Operations and Nursery Management at McHale Landscape Design. For the last 18 years, Moreland has […]

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Team Building: Recruiting at the High School Level

Photo: Southern Landscape Group

There are many who unaware there are careers in the landscape industry and one way to combat this is by recruiting students at the high school level. Chris Joyce, president of The Joyce Companies, based in Marstons Mills, Massachusetts, says he has been recruiting at high schools for the last four to six years. He […]

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Strategic and Profitable Company Growth with Seth Kehne: Episode 41 of Growing in the Green Industry Podcast

In the 41st episode of the Growing in the Green Industry Podcast, hosts Miles Kuperus III, system architect at Include Software, Brett Lemcke, VP of R.M. and Luke Melograno, production coordinator at Mariani Landscape, talk with Seth Kehne, president of Lawn Butler, a maintenance and design-build firm in Knoxville, Tennessee. Kehne started mowing lawns in […]

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How I Do It: Switching to a Subscription Service Model

Cash flow is crucial in order to scale your business and one way to help remedy this issue is to switch your operations to a subscription service model. Blades of Green, based in Edgewater, Maryland, has been operating this way for five years now. Brad Leahy, vice president of the company, says he would never […]

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2019 Compensation & Benefits Survey

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Training Manual for Maintenance Technicians

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