Pest Control Seminars

The Landscape Expo, Anaheim again features seminars with
prominent speakers in the pest control and management fields.
by Staff

The Landscape Expo this year has moved to the Anaheim Convention Center. Known as the premiere trade show for landscape contractors, lawn care professionals, cities, schools, facilities, parks departments, landscape designers/architects, and other landscape professionals. The Landscape Expo, Anaheim again features seminars with prominent speakers in the pest control and management fields.

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And Check Out These 2023 Pest Control Seminars:

Pest Management
by Beatriz Nobua-Behrmann, Ph.D.
TLE-Anaheim-2022 Dr. Beatriz Nobua-Behrmann is a University of California Cooperative Extension advisor for Orange and Los Angeles Counties, specialized in Urban Forestry. Her research background is in insect-plant interactions. She received her Ph. D. in insect ecology and her B.S. in Biology from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Beatriz’s research and extension program is focused on finding appropriate management strategies for urban forest pests that affect Southern California’s trees, like the invasive shothole borers and goldspotted oak borer. Register for her September 20th and 21st seminar.

Best Practices: Chemical Free Landscape Maintenance
by Brandon Elrod
TLE-Anaheim-2022 Brandon is a Certified Arborist, Certified Community Forest Warden, Certified Professional Horticulturist, Agricultural Pest Control Advisor, Ecologist, and Master Herbalist. Brandon was a Horticulture major and is a recent graduate of Yale University's Tropical Reforestation program. He is a published author and international speaker and serves on an advisory committee for Orange Coast College. He is the board president of Community Forests Council and is passionate about helping people rediscover the connection between soil, plants, and human health. Sign up for his September 20th and 21st seminar in Anaheim.

Recognize Tree Problems
by Kevin Sims
TLE-Anaheim-2022 If you're in the California tree care industry, the name Sims is a household name. Following in his parents footsteps, Kevin Sims carries on the family mission of being dedicated to the preservation, education, improved health, and safety of trees. Growing up in tree preservation gave Kevin a unique head-start in his education of trees. He earned various certifications at a very young age including his ISA Certified Arborist license, Pesticide Applicators license, and ISA Certified Tree Risk Assessor Certification. Today he is now the Senior Arborist and Owner of Sims Tree Health Specialists, Inc., a tree healthcare business that he runs alongside his wife, Nicole. As an educator, Kevin is also involved in many research projects and educational programs including the popular TLC Wildlife Aware Program founded and hosted at his family's botanical garden and arboretum known as the Sims Tree Learning Center (TLC). The Northern California branch of TLC hosts the family's 30-acre Olive Orchard where Kevin assists in the care and maintenance of the farm that produces and sells olive oil. During times that Kevin is not focused on trees, you can find him enjoying hobbies such as classic cars and golf. Register for his September 20th and 21st seminar to learn more.

Managing Gophers and Ground Squirrels
by Niamh Quinn.
TLE-Anaheim-2022 Niamh Quinn is University of California Cooperative Extension Human-Wildlife Interactions Advisor, based at the South Coast Research and Extension Center in Irvine.     She facilitates interactions and information exchange among campus based academics, CE advisors and community stake holders. Her focus is directed on the coordination of Cooperative Extension programming regarding human-wildlife conflicts, particularly within the residential and industrial areas within Southern California where significant human-wildlife conflicts are occurring, with concentration in Los Angeles, Orange, and San Diego Counties. Human-wildlife conflicts include increasingly critical issues such as negative impacts of wild or feral mammals and birds in agricultural production, food safety, public health and safety, forestry, and natural resource conservation.   Niamh's previous research efforts have focused on human-wildlife conflicts in California nut crops and lowland rice ecosystems in Southeast Asia.  She earned a BS in zoology and PhD in small mammal ecology, both from National University of Ireland, Galway. Register for her September 20th and 21st seminar.

Pre-Register Today!

Make your plans now to attend the two-day Landscape Expo - Anaheim Educational Conference and Trade Show. Earn CEUs from NALP, PGMS, LA CES, ISA, IA, APLD, DPR, and QWEL, enjoy the exhibit hall, participate in open panel discussions, workshops, and demonstrations and be sure to attend the after Exhibit Reception at the Sheraton Park next to the convention center!

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