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Training tool becomes educational staple Email
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Written by Becky Garber   
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 05:00 AM


Irrigation in a boxWhen Emerald Isle Landscaping’s (EIL) Star Fanning created a display to use for in-house training of irrigation techs, he had no idea his concept would create an “a-ha” moment for teachers and be adopted statewide in high school classrooms—and beyond.  

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Bill introduced to enforce utility locates law Email
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Written by Cherie Courtade   
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 04:30 AM

Colorado 811The Colorado 811 team has announced a bill that was introduced in the state Senate on February 12. If passed, the bill would create a commission charged with rule-making and enforcement of excavation damage prevention law. 

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Colorado landscape industry releases legislative priorities for 2018 Email
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Written by John McMahon   
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 04:00 AM

 

Colorado capitolGreenCO has announced its 2018 legislative priorities for the Colorado green industry. As a member of GreenCO, Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado supports these areas of focus. The following policy issues include those that will be closely monitored by GreenCO lobbyists on behalf of ALCC during the 2018 session, as well as some issues specific to Colorado landscape companies. As additional issues arise, ALCC representatives will bring them to the attention of the GreenCO Legislative Committee for review.

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Board of Directors announced for ALCC in 2018 Email
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Written by Cherie Courtade   
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 03:00 AM


board roomAssociated Landscape Contractors of Colorado welcomes new leadership for 2018, as well as two new directors-at-large.

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Drone footage reveals stunning landscape at Apple Park Email
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Written by Becky Garber   
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 01:00 AM


Video playApple Park is the new campus for Apple employees in Cupertino, California. The landscape for this ambitious project includes 30 acres inside the donut-shaped building. The grounds include a fruit tree orchard, native California grassland meadow, a pond, and an herb garden. There are two miles of walking/running paths and more than 9,000 trees on the site.

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