A recently introduced federal bill would provide professional landscapers with a 40% credit on the purchase of zero-emission equipment up to $25,000 every year.
Education, networking, and enhancing leadership skills were some of the highlights of NALP's 2023 ELEVATE event, which grew in attendance by 37% this year.
NALP recommends the OSHA 10-Hour Safety Course for the Landscape Industry. With at least 25 attendees, you can request to host a course at your facility orin your area.
NALP member-volunteers will enhance the grounds at Arlington National Cemetery and The National Mall on July 17 through the annual Renewal & Remembrance event.
Recognizing risk, investing in safety, and setting an example from the top-down are keys to a successful landscape employee safety plan.
The National Association of Landscape Professionals has formed a strategic provider relationship with másLabor the nation’s leading provider of comprehensive services for employers participating in the H-2B nonimmigrant visa programs.
When it comes to No Mow May, other lawn practices may be more beneficial to pollinators, including a potential "sweet spot" for mowing frequency.
The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) will be hosting H-2B Town Halls starting in May; and don't miss the Awards of Excellence deadline!
While many may be "wearin the green" today, we all know who keeps things green every day: the Green Industry! In honor of that, Turf brings you a selection of "green" items worth dipping into your pot o' gold!
The government relations team of the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) was on the ground recently in Colorado in collaboration with the Associated...