Soil is the Base for a Perfect Landscape

Whether you are building a new landscape or maintaining an existing property,
what goes on and in the ground will determine the success of the project . . .

If soil is your business, then you'll want to get to the Landscape Expo- Anaheim, where exhibitors and educators are there to help you analyze and build the perfect soil for your project.

Check Out These 2023 Early Bird Exhibitors

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Send Your Team Leaders and Save Big!
Send your team and essential crew to 11 or more seminars and
Save 15% Off the already low Pre-Registration Rates!

And Check Out These 2023 Soil Based Seminars:

Organic Herbicides and Alternatives to Glyphosate in the Landscape
by Karey Windbiel-Rojas, Associate Director for Urban and Community IPM and Area Urban IPM Advisor with the University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program
TLE-Anaheim-2022 Karey Windbiel-Rojas is the Associate Director for Urban and Community IPM and Area Urban IPM Advisor with the University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program (UC IPM). In her role as Associate Director, Karey provides leadership and coordinates communication and collaboration to address pest issues around homes, structures, landscapes, gardens, schools, and public areas and works with various audiences who live in or serve these areas. Karey oversees UC IPM’s statewide urban educational materials, including content for the UC IPM website, training materials, and printed resources. As a cooperative extension advisor, she conducts research and provides educational resources on local pest issues in Northern California. Join her on September 20th and 21st in Anaheim.

How to Improve the Survival of Plants
by Wei Zhang, Tree Diaper
TLE-Anaheim-2022 Wei Zhang holds a Ph.D. degree in Engineering from Virginia Tech. He has been doing research & development for the green industry for 10 years. His research areas include watering solutions for landscape plants, plant health, and plant protection against stresses like drought and road salt. His work also provides novel solutions to green stormwater infrastructures, for which plants are used for the treatment of pollutants in stormwater. He has more than 40 peer-reviewed scientific journal articles, one monograph, and more than 100 conference presentations. He has been a frequent speaker on Arboriculture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Forestry, Stormwater Green Infrastructure, and related conferences.

Best Practices: Chemical Free Landscape Maintenance
by Brandon Elrod, Community Forests Council
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.

Commercial Maintenance
by Adam Carr, Irvine Company
TLE-Anaheim-2022 After spending 8 years in the Army and National Guard as a Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Warfare Specialist, as well as Military Police Officer, Adam Carr decided to shift his focus to his love of landscaping and horticulture. Adam started working for Brickman, one of the largest landscape companies in the US, while also in college. He worked full time as a crew leader while tackling full time school, and he eventually graduated with a degree in Landscape Design and Ornamental Horticulture. This enabled him to appreciate every position in the industry and allowed him to have realistic expectations around quality and execution. Over his nearly 10 years with Brickman he fulfilled nearly every role possible ranging from Crew Lead, Project Director, Account Manager, Sales, and Branch Manager, eventually earning his CLT Certification as well. Adam accepted a position with Irvine Company in 2012, and has been managing all Office projects in San Diego since that time. He was recently promoted to the Senior Manager, Landscape Operations for Irvine Company. Adam has been instrumental in Irvine Company winning many CLCA awards, as well as an International Lighting award. Helping build and maintain world class landscape projects has been something Adam has a great deal of passion for. In his spare time he loves managing his non-profit, veteran outreach, off-road racing team, which helps combat PTSD and other service related issues for our nation's veterans. Traveling to Baja with his wife Stephanie is also a great joy and passion for Adam.

Using Compost to Conserve 1/3 of Your Water on
Landscapes, on Average

by Dan Noble, Association of Compost Producers
TLE-Anaheim-2022 Dan Noble is the Founder of Noble Bioresources, Inc. (NBI;  NBI is a bioproducts market & industry development firm, based in California.  He also has been Executive Director of the Association of Compost Producers (ACP) (; the US Composting Council California State Chapter) since 2002, and has over 40 years of science & business-based environmental education, market research, publishing, strategic consulting, enterprise, compost utilization, and association management experience. 

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!

We'll See You There!


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