TAG: National Association of Landscape Professionals

Road trip roundup

March 22, 2019By and
Photo: Clara Richter

The LM staff hit the road in February, covering events in Phoenix, Washington, D.C., and more. The first stop was the Aspire User Conference, held in Phoenix, Feb. 6-8. The inaugural event aimed to help Aspire clients better use the software and technology to run their businesses more efficiently. It did this through presentations from industry experts and group activities.... read more

Hardscape Solutions: A lakeside kitchen escape

March 22, 2019By
Outdoor kitchen (Photo: Will Pancake)

Location: Warsaw, Ind. Company: The Cornerstone Landscape Group This lakeside residence may have a simple layout — that’s because it was designed to be a fun, easy-to-maintain and usable space. The client wanted a solution that would complement an existing upper deck and add a complete, high-quality outdoor kitchen. The space was built on the lower level of the backyard.... read more

NALP appoints Carol Keeling as interim CEO

February 21, 2019By

The National Association of Landscape Professionals’ (NALP) board of directors has named Carol Keeling as interim chief executive officer. Keeling will begin her new role effective immediately. Keeling succeeds Sabeena Hickman, who served as CEO of the association for more than a decade before announcing her resignation earlier this month to pursue other opportunities. She will also continue to serve as... read more

Hardscape Solutions: Revealing a view

February 19, 2019By
Overlooking balcony (Photo: Custom Greenscaping)

Custom Greenscaping revealed a beautiful view of a river and country club at the back of this commercial property. read more

Hardscape Solutions: Functionality with a twist

February 8, 2019By
Photo: Dan DeGrush, Lifescape Colorado

This project’s compact courtyard area between the main house and guest house created challenging space restrictions. read more

NALP CEO steps down

February 1, 2019By

Sabeena Hickman is stepping down as CEO of the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP). Hickman, who served as CEO for nearly 12 years, will serve as a consultant to the organization for the next six months to ensure a smooth transition of leadership responsibilities. “I am extremely proud of all that this association has accomplished during my tenure and... read more