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TAG: women

Amy Andre on female leaders in landscaping

March 12, 2021By
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LM Managing Editor Sarah Webb chats with Amy Andre, commercial department leader for K&D Landscaping, about what it takes to be a woman leader in the landscaping industry. read more

Irrigation Association to host Women in Irrigation Conference

October 27, 2020By

The Irrigation Association will host a Women in Irrigation Conference. The Nov. 18 event will cover challenges and opportunities in the irrigation industry. Speakers include women who have navigated their way to achieving successful careers in irrigation, and attendees will have the opportunity to connect with fellow attendees in special breakout rooms for further discussion. Meg Mason, senior director of... read more

NALP creates professional network for women in landscaping

September 30, 2019By

The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) announced the creation of Women in Landscape Network, a new community within the landscape and lawncare industry, created for female professionals and those committed to support issues impacting women in the field. The goal of Women in Landscape Network is to connect, empower and advocate for women in the landscape industry; recruit and retain... read more

Profit Power: The woman-owned business advantage

December 15, 2014By

Women-owned businesses are a powerful force in our industry. Over the years, I have had the pleasure to work side-by-side, coach, instruct and hang out with many women on their journey of running and growing their landscape business. It’s been exciting and rewarding to have a glimpse into the world of woman entrepreneurs. They face the same challenges as any... read more

How to be a woman in a male dominated industry

October 24, 2012By

Landscape Management asked me to write about my experience as a woman doing business in the landscaping industry. You know the drill: Write about how the industry held me back, how men treated me unfairly, how I never could catch a break and throw in a few of those big words I can hardly spell, such as bigotry, prejudice, chauvinism... read more