TAG: Brigham Young University

NALP awards Outstanding Educator, Young Entrepreneur of the Year

March 22, 2017By

The students weren’t the only ones who took home honors during this year’s National Collegiate Landscape Competition (NCLC). The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) also bestowed its annual Young Entrepreneur of the Year and Outstanding Educator of the Year awards. The awards were presented March 16 and March 18, respectively. Mark Maslow, co-owner and president of Southern Landscape Group... read more

Hometown team wins top prize at NCLC

March 22, 2017By

Under the towering gaze of the Y Mountain peak, the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) hosted its annual National Collegiate Landscape Competition (NCLC) March 15-18 in Provo, Utah, home of Brigham Young University—Provo. Though winter storms on the East Coast prevented some universities from attending, 61 teams competed in this year’s event. The hometown team was the overall winner of the... read more

NCLC 2017 heads to BYU in Utah

December 28, 2016By

The National Collegiate Landscape Competition (NCLC), hosted by the National Association of Landscape Professionals, is headed to Cougar country in 2017. The event that showcases the top of the crop of future landscapers and irrigation specialists will be held March 15-18 at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. The event also features a career fair, which gives students a chance to interview... read more

Irrigation Foundation names 13 E3 learners, leaders

November 13, 2014By

The Irrigation Foundation named 13 students and faculty as winners of the 2014 Irrigation E3 Program. This year’s winning class receives an all-expenses-paid trip to the Irrigation Show & Education Conference, Nov. 17 – 21 in Phoenix. Founded in 2012 and sponsored by The Toro Co., the E3 program provides students and faculty with exposure, experience and education in the... read more

CAO Design Challenge crafts outdoor spaces for children

March 20, 2014By

Some clients told them to design a landscape that incorporated trees made of cotton candy. Others customers insisted on having an area where they could dig up treasure. To deliver on these requests would be a challenge for any landscape designer. But for the teams of college students that received them as part of the Come Alive Outside (CAO) Design... read more