Field Trip at Ruppert Landscape

Join Frank Mariani and Marty Grunder September 1-2, 2021 and get a behind the scenes tour of Ruppert Landscape!

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LANDSCAPES 2021 Registration Now Open!

Experience LANDSCAPES 2021, the largest annual conference for landscape and lawn care professionals!

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Where Do You Stack Up?

Participate in the Financial Benchmark Study. By providing your data and completing the survey, you’ll receive the full comprehensive industry-wide report and a tailored company-specific financial report for FREE!

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NALP is the national association that advocates for the industry, fosters professionalism,
and helps lawn care, landscape, irrigation, and tree care companies level up.


Become a Member of NALP

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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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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Awards of Excellence

There is still time to submit your entry for NALP’s Awards of Excellence. The deadline was extended. Plan out your photography, select your best projects, and enter by Aug 9!

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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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Upcoming Events

Field Trip at Ruppert Landscape

September 1-2, 2021

Go BEHIND THE SCENES at our extremely popular Field Trip event, a mix of interactive facility tour and education sessions, that gives you an in-person inside look at some of the most successful landscape companies in the country.

LANDSCAPES 2021

October 19-22, 2021

Join us this October in Louisville, Kentucky for LANDSCAPES 2021, the annual conference for landscape and lawn care professionals.

Stories from the Pros

Member Spotlight: Adrian Martinez, New West Landscape Management, Inc.

Adrian Martinez, president of New West Landscape Management, Inc. based in Concord, California, was introduced to the landscape business at a young age. His first job was working as a gardener and he quickly learned to love the work as he was constantly surrounded by gardens and open spaces. Martinez joined New West Landscape Management […]

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Landscapes of the Month: Providing Commercial Landscaping for a BMX Park

Photo: Yellowstone Landscape

In Houston, Texas, a client wanted to develop the largest BMX exclusive park in the world. This was part of their ongoing efforts to invigorate North Houston and create spaces for people to visit. They brought on Yellowstone Landscape to help with the revitalization of this space, which was formerly a wastewater management plant. The […]

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Developing Emotional Intelligence in Landscape Leadership

As a leader, it’s important to adopt the use of emotional intelligence to retain good employees. Without a positive work environment, production and efficiency can be low. “In today’s work environment, people want to be heard and understood,” says Angie Carignan, human resources manager for Belknap Landscape Company. “It’s one thing to nod and smile, […]

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Technically Speaking: To Deadhead or Not to Deadhead

Nothing is quite luxurious as having a landscape filled with beautiful flowers blooming and if you’re wanting to extend the length of the blooming season for your customers, deadheading can help achieve this. Deadheading is the practice of removing spent blooms from flowering plants. It refreshes a plant’s appearance, controls seed dispersal and redirects their […]

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Pricing for the Green Industry

Member Price: $80.00
Nonmember Price: $120.00

Technical Tips

Member Price: $75.00
Nonmember Price: $100.00

Training Manual for Maintenance Technicians

Member Price: $70.00
Nonmember Price: $105.00