We are now making plans for The Landscape Expo to take place October 13 & 14.
Contact info@thelandscapeexpo.com for booth enquiries etc.


Contact info@thelandscapeexpo.com for booth enquiries etc.

Upcoming Live Webinars

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

Water Savings provided by the new Pressure Regulation Legislation

by Mike Madewell

Water savings achieved with the new Pressure Regulated Pop up sprinkler legislation. Water usage is compared with and without check valve / pressure regulators in place.


March 17th, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. PDT

Shrubs & Hedges: The Workhorses of Our Landscapes

by Eva Monheim

Shrubs and hedges are an important component of our landscape. Learn how to reduce wind, create microclimates, improve soil retention, and attract more wildlife using old and new design strategies.

CEUs/PDHs: 1 Credit: LA CES/HSW, APLD*, NALP*, QWEL (*Applied for)

March 18th, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. PDT

Myths and Truths of Non-Toxic Landscaping

by Joe Frisbie

Let's learn about and discuss what we have done for the City of New York- park system and Roundout Reservoir, Lotusland, Santa Barbara (1997), Sun Valley, Idaho, and the Washington Mall.

CEUs/PDHs: 1.5 Credits: DPR, LA CES/HSW*, APLD*, NALP*; 1 Credit - QWEL, PGMS* (*Applied for)

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

The Science and Art of Sustainable Landscapes

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.

CEUs/PDHs: 1.5 Credits: LA CES/HSW, APLD, NALP, PGMS, ISA - 1 Credit: QWEL

April 1st, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. PDT

Designing, Implementing, and Maintaining Your Way To Court

by Joe Samnik

Attendees shall be presented with a look behind the curtain as to why landscape architects, designers, installers, and maintenance companies are being sued for negligence and/or breach of contract.

CEUs/PDHs: 1.5 Credits - LA CES/HSW*, APLD*, NALP*, PGMS*; 1 Credit - QWEL* (*Applied for)

April 21st, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. PDT

Resiliency: From Ecosystems to Cities

by Mary Adelaide Scipioni

Attendees will learn the history of sustainable development, be able to recognize the traits of a resilient built or natural system and learn to implement a resilient design process on various scales.

CEUs/PDHs: 1.5 Credits - LA CES/HSW*, APLD*, NALP*; 1 Credit - QWEL (*Applied for)