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The National Association of Landscape Professionals is the voice of 100,000 landscape industry professionals who create and maintain healthy green spaces.
The National Association of Landscape Professionals (formerly, the Professional Landcare Network - PLANET) is the national trade association, representing 100,000 landscape professionals who create and maintain healthy green spaces. The association’s...
PLANET association changes name, adopts strategic plan to grow membership and better represent the landscaping industry to legislators and the public at large.
How to prepare your company for an on-site OSHA safety inspection, and how you could actually turn it into a competitive advantage.
Landscape company owner Jim McCutcheon, PLANET’s current president, talks about why the landscape industry association has decided to undergo a complete rebranding effort beginning this spring.
PLANET's government affairs director discusses impacts of the health care law, bee population declines and proposed water quality rules.
Commitment, Awareness, Response, Training and Evaluation can help landscaping company owners make safety stick—all year long and at all levels of their organizations.
PLANET's annual Day on the Hill focused on clean water, the ACA employee mandate, and the ability to secure a reliable labor pool for the landscaping and lawn care industry.
Landscape industry says “thank you” to fallen military heroes by performing services at Arlington National Cemetery.
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PLANET’s STARS program is a free initiative designed to help companies implement safety training and ongoing risk management, maintain OSHA compliance, and more.
June 5, 2014
Horticulture and landscape students who attended the 38th annual PLANET Student Career Days this past March learned more about environmentally friendly business practices from a workshop sponsored by The Toro Company .
PLANET names Norman Goldenberg state affairs consultant, aiming to improve synergies with state associations and better address state-by-state regulatory issues.
Key elements of an effective training program for lawn care contractors
As part of PLANET's annual Day of Service campaign, the Milwaukee Chapter of the Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association installed an outdoor education station at the Wildlife Center In Need.
Watch volunteers from the Milwaukee chapter of the WLCA install an outdoor education station at the Wildlife In Need Center. The project was held in conjunction with PLANET’s annual Day of Service campaign on Earth Day.
April 1, 2014
The sixth annual Day of Service, held on Earth Day (April 22), gives industry volunteers a chance to give back to their communities with a variety of lawn care and landscaping-related projects.
March 31, 2014
PLANET Student Career Days draws 65 teams and 800-plus competitors to Colorado State University; Ohio student takes top individual honors, BYU - Prov is top team.
April is National Lawn Care Month, and PLANET has a bunch of useful tips to help contractors jump on the promotional bandwagon.
More than 800 students from the U.S. and Canada attended SCD 2014 in Fort Collins, CO, busting the myth that young people just don't want to work these days.
Ronald Calhoun of Residex LLC offers tips on building a foundation for successful weed control.
Rules of thumb for lawn care pros looking to control bad insects while preserving the good ones.
February 24, 2014
PLANET says the cap for H-2B work visas for the first half of fiscal 2014 could be met soon; processing delays further putting some landscape companies at risk of not getting their seasonal workers.
Highlights from the 2014 Lawn Care Summit - how diseases can be great indicators of different types of turf problems.
Highlights from the 2014 Lawn Care Summit - how insects can be great indicators of different types of turf problems.
Highlights from the 2014 Lawn Care Summit - how weeds can be great indicators of different types of turf problems.
Examination of certain cultural practices such as mowing, irrigation and cultivation can help identify turf problems.