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TAG: females in landscaping

Natalie McNeill on overcoming challenges women face in the green industry

January 19, 2022By

Natalie McNeill shares some challenges she faced in her career in tree care and how women can work their way up in the largely male-dominated field. read more

Opportunity abounds for women in arboriculture

January 5, 2022By
Bear LeVangie (pictured) says there’s a vast network of resources through national, state and local organizations for women looking to pursue or further a career in tree care. (Photo: Women’s Tree Climbing Workshop)

Some women in the industry share lessons they’ve learned in tree care and why the industry needs more female representation. read more

We’ve made it, and so can you: Women in landscaping share success stories

May 17, 2021By
Focused on solutions Pam Dooley (center), owner of Plants Creative of Scottdale, Ga., says having employees like Maka Provost (left) and Hollie Arnold (right) engage with clients has made a big difference for her business. (Photo: Plants Creative)

Female industry leaders share the keys to success, how to make a business stand out, recruitment best practices and more. read more

She’s a boss: Women in landscaping

April 21, 2021By
Neneman volunteers during NALP’s Renewal & Remembrance event at Arlington National Cemetery. (Photo courtesy of Ahsly Neneman)

Landscape Management takes a look at how three women have forged their way forward in a male-dominated landscape and lawn care industry. read more