Veterans in Landscape Network

After serving our country, our military veterans become leaders in the civilian world. This network was created to connect and support veterans in the landscape and lawn care industry. Engaging with the Veterans in Landscape Network is easy. Stay in the loop by signing up to receive future communications and connecting on social media with the buttons below.


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Renewal & Remembrance

For 26 years, Renewal & Remembrance has been a signature association event. Each July, lawn care and landscape professionals from across the country donate their time and expertise to enhance the grounds at Arlington National Cemetery and honor the men and women buried there.


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NALP Launches Veterans in Landscape Network

Connecting with industry peers can result in new ideas, opportunities and good old-fashioned friendships. That is why NALP is pleased to announce that it has added the Veterans in Landscape Network to its offerings of free special interest networks. “Over the past several months, representatives of NALP’s senior staff have been spending time visiting members,” […]

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Team Building: How To Recruit and Retain Veterans

You probably already know that veterans are reliable, trainable team players that can be a welcome addition to any lawn or landscape company. However, you might be uncertain how to get connected to those who are making the transition from military service to civilian life. At SiteOne, they have made veteran and military spouse recruiting […]

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Team Building: The Benefits of Hiring Veterans

The search for skilled labor is a constant concern, but one promising pool is military veterans. Each year the military discharges 270,000 service members and 80 percent won’t have a job lined up. “It makes good business sense to hire veterans,” says Elly Zemetra, senior director of talent management for BrightView, based in Blue Bell, […]

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