Seminar Dates: November 17, 2022 12:00 PM
Seminar Cost: $35 Register for Seminar
With water restrictions currently in place, and more than likely being tightened in the future, we need to protect our landscapes. Learn some strategies for best practices using what you currently have on site, introducing technology to improve your management of the landscape, as well as strategies to protect your specimen assets. This seminar will help you get through the immediate need to comply with restrictions, with an eye towards a more sustainable and drought friendly landscape. Many of these changes will take years of investment, and being proactive in preparation for that transition is paramount to your success!
1. Learn best practices on how to comply with drought restrictions.
2. Learn how to utilize tech to manage sites and water usage.
3. Learn how to protect valuable assets such as trees and specimen plant material.
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.