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Landscape companies offer help with Aspen water conservation Email
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Written by Cherie Courtade   
Tuesday, January 09, 2018 05:00 AM


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The Colorado landscape industry, through ALCC, helps support water efficiency efforts throughout the state. Most recently, landscape professionals are collaborating with the City of Aspen as the city moves forward to pilot new water efficient landscaping standards.

According to a representative from the city, the landscaping standards grew out of a regional effort to adopt the Roaring Fork Watershed water efficiency plan. Landscape efficiency was an area on which all stakeholders could agree and were able to act. Aspen had already tackled interior water efficiency with efforts that included aggressive plumbing codes, so focus shifted to outdoor water use.

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Students and professionals invited to meet at CSU mixer Email
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Written by CSU   
Tuesday, January 09, 2018 04:00 AM


CSU Horticulture and Landscape ArchitectureLandscape industry professionals can meet the future of the industry at CSU’s 2018 Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture Professional Mixer and Recognition. Company representatives are encouraged to bring information about job and internship opportunities.

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What's in store for ProGreen EXPO 2018? Email
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Written by ALCC   
Tuesday, January 09, 2018 03:30 AM


ProGreen EXPOProGreen EXPO 2018 returns to the Colorado Convention Center February 13-16. ALCC recommends taking full advantage of the conference’s offerings, including education, networking, and even a little friendly competition.

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H-2B cap expected to be reached soon--advocacy needed Email
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Written by Cherie Courtade   
Tuesday, January 09, 2018 03:00 AM


H-2B updatePlease Help #SaveH-2B - a message from the H-2B Workforce Coalition
Congress is back in session, and it is critical that your elected officials continue to hear from you about the need for immediate H-2B cap relief. As you know, the first 33,000-visa cap was reached on December 15, and the second half cap will be reached soon. Unless Congress acts promptly, many seasonal employers could be shut out of the H-2B program this year. Please ask your Senators and Representative to include H-2B cap relief in any upcoming appropriations bill and to speak personally to their party leaders about the need for cap relief.

Specifically, we hope you will take the following actions:

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CDOT wants feedback from landscape contractors Email
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Written by ALCC   
Tuesday, January 09, 2018 02:00 AM


CDOT logoLandscape contractors are invited to participate in a meeting with CDOT and Bridge Enterprise and provide feedback on a proposed contract. 
CDOT is developing a new contract for Post Construction Establishment Phase (PCEP) services, and greatly appreciates feedback on how to structure the contract.

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