March 20, 2023 - The Edge from the National Association of Landscape Professionals

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Day: March 20, 2023

Protecting Your Business: Don’t Wait Until the Last Minute for Insurance Renewals

Spring has sprung, and it is also prime time for insurance renewal dates. When you’re caught up in the hectic nature of the season, you might not be taking the time to review your policy before its expiration. Drew Garcia, vice president of Rancho Mesa Insurance Services, says landscape professionals should be reviewing their policies […]

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Everything’s Bigger in Texas! Don’t Miss the ELEVATE Bash

If you enjoyed last year’s ELEVATE, you don’t want to miss this year’s. ELEVATE is heading to Dallas, Texas, on Sept. 10-13, 2023, and part of the event is an epic night at Gilley’s honkytonk. Billed as the largest honkytonk in the world, Gilley’s started when club owner Sherwood Cryer invited country music legend Mickey […]

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Landscapes of the Month: Maintaining a Modern Manor

Located in Boulder, Colorado, this client desired a landscape and outdoor living design that would imitate the relaxed elegance in the French countryside of a historic estate. The residence is fronted by an extensive circle driveway and a formal courtyard entrance. The back of the home is open, and every single room leads outside. There […]

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Cuyahoga Community College Takes First Place at 47th National Collegiate Landscape Competition

When NALP CEO Britt Wood took the stage during the closing ceremony of the 47th National Collegiate Landscape Competition (NCLC) on March 18, 2023, and asked, “Who had a good time?” the roar from the students was undeniable. Wood thanked Mississippi State University for hosting this year’s event along with educators Tim Schauwecker and Jason […]

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Level Up: The Formal Garden Reaches Their Sweet Spot

Our Level Up series shares the strategies that help landscape and lawn care companies get to the next level. Even at the young age of four, Andy Miller knew he either wanted to “draw flowers or grow flowers” when he grew up. Miller attended vocational school for landscape and floral design in high school. He […]

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