The Landscape Expo 2020 has been postponed to October 13 & 14, 2021. More information to follow.

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Due to the Covid Pandemic, we wanted to ensure the safety of all those involved with the show and so we have decided to postpone the show until October 13 & 14, 2021. Any questions please email mboyer@thelandscapeexpo.com.

Upcoming Live Webinars

December 2nd, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. PST

Designing and Restoring Landscapes in Wildfire Prone Areas - Planning, Maintenance, Evaluation, and Recovery

by Greg Zoll

Updated for 2020 to include recent fire restoration projects and research, this seminar provides an overview of the complex landscape design, management, and restoration approach needed in areas prone to wildland fires.

1.5 PDH Credits: LA CES/HSW; 1.5 CEU Credits: APLD, NALP ISA; 1 CEU Credit: QWEL

December 10th, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. PST

Selecting Excellence: The Benefits of a Hand-Pruning Practice
LUNCH & LEARN (Bring your lunch and learn at the same time)

by Charles King Sadler

Live demonstration of hand thinning and pruning techniques. Highlights of specialized pruning techniques: Boxwood thinning, Cloud pruning, Espalier of trees and other plants, Pollarding, Hedging.

2 PDH Credits: LA CES/HSW; 2 CEU Credits: ISA*, APLD, NALP;
1 CEU Credit: QWEL (*Applied For)

December 16th, 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. PST

The Importance of Soil Health for a Living Soil and Accessing NRCS Soil Information

by Tony Rolfes and Hudson Minshew

Knowing the soil type, composition and characteristics at a specific location is important to understanding the limitations and qualities of the soil.

1 CEU Credit: APLD*, NALP*, QWEL* (*Applied for)

December 17th, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. PST

IPM Practices and Techniques

by Tim Fernald

Discussion on why applicators must have some knowledge on the purpose and benefits of IPM. This presentation will discuss the importance of staying educated on IPM and how it relates to many sites.

1 CEU Credit: APLD, DPR, NALP, QWEL (*Applied for)

December 21st, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. PST

The Role of Stewardship in Landscape Architecture

by Stephanie Landregan

Understand the connection between nature and design. Consider the long term consequences on the environment of design. Folding stewardship into your practice.

1 CEU Credit: APLD*, NALP*, QWEL* (*Applied for)

January 6th, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PST

Lighting Implementation in Landscape Design

by David Oborn

This class will allow you to look at low voltage lighting in a whole new way. From ordinary to extraordinary ways of creating beautiful landscapes after dark.

1 PDH Credit - LA CES/HSW*; 1 CEU Credit - APLD*, PGMS* NALP*, QWEL* (*Applied for)

January 13th, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. PST

Firescaping: Protecting Your Family, Employees and Assets in California

by Douglas Kent

As California's population and temperatures continue to grow, so does the likelihood of devastating wildfires. Join Douglas Kent, author of Firescaping, as he highlights the essential qualities of a protected property. Doug will be focusing on roads, structures, defensible space, and plants.

1.5 CEU Credit: APLD*, NALP*, QWEL* (*Applied for)

January 14th, 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. PST

Regenerative Landscapes and the Climate Crisis

by Shawn Maestretti and Leigh Adams

Regenerative Landscapes and the Climate Crisis draws upon Nature's processes to highlight the growing climate crisis, bringing solutions to the surface, and empowering communities to protect natural, living systems.

1.5 CEU Credit: APLD*, NALP*; 1 CEU Credit: QWEL* (*Applied for)

January 20th, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. PST

Selection of Warm-Season Turfgrasses for Southern California

by Marta Pudzianowska, Ph.D.

With persistent drought and continuous efforts to reduce water consumption conversion to water-efficient and drought tolerant plants is being encouraged in California in recent years. Warm-season turfgrasses use at least 20% less water than commonly used cool-season species in southern California.

1 CEU Credit: APLD*, NALP*, QWEL* (*Applied for)

March 24th, 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. PDT

The Science and Art of Sustainable Landscapes - LUNCH & LEARN

by Bob Perry, FASLA (Author of Landscape Plants for California Gardens)

This is a good old fashion lecture-type webinar filled with ideas and examples that summarize the science and art of landscapes for the 21st Century. Grab your pens, pads, and curiosity.

1.5 PDH Credits: LA CES/HSW; 1.5 CEU Credits: APLD, NALP, PGMS, ISA*;
1 CEU Credit: QWEL (*Applied For)