CLCA 2018 Annual Convention
Learn! Engage! Relax! Enjoy!
Cool breezes and a sunny outlook are on the agenda for CLCA’s Annual Convention. With a laid-back vibe, friendly atmosphere and dynamic arts scene, San Diego sets the tone for creativity and productivity during- and-after CLCA’s Annual Convention.
The convention's educational offerings focus on practical information you can immediately put to use, providing plenty of peace of mind. With fires raging throughout California, homeowners are increasingly turning to green industry professionals for help. Landscape Designer Renee French will talk you through the design, plant selection and maintenance steps need to increase property value and provide homeowners with peace of mind. In addition to addressing the ins and outs of firescaping, she'll also address another hot topic: Petscaping -- beautiful landscapes that make special consideration for pets.
When it comes to peace of mind, Cal/OSHA may be the last thing you want to think about. Our second speaker, Dan Leiner, an Area Manager for Cal/OSHA's Consultation Services Branch, will quickly change that opinion. With plenty of practical advice, Dan will help you avoid being burned by Cal/OSHA regulations.
In the afternoon, we'll tour Coastal Roots Farm and learn how they cultivate healthy, connected communities by integrating sustainable agriculture, food justice and ancient Jewish wisdom. Our last stop will be a guided tour of the U.S.S. Midway, the longest-serving aircraft carrier in the 20th century.
Added Bonus: Need more practical advice on How to Make Money With Your Landscape Business? Plan on attending a special all-day, straight-to-the-point workshop on November 7 that will give you the knowledge you need to compete, profit and prosper in today’s challenging market!
Plan on joining us at the Recognition Luncheon as we honor our green industry leaders. At the General Membership Meeting, help grow the future of your professional association.
And, of course, there will be golf! The host for the Associate Member/LEAF tournament is the Riverwalk Golf Club, where every hole was meticulously designed in the old style, leaving the terrain completely natural.
This course boasts mature stands of palm, oak and eucalyptus trees framing undulating fairways and manicured greens with numerous wetland areas, nearly 100 bunkers and an array of picturesque water features – including four lakes and the San Diego River – creating both strategic diversity and a visually stunning backdrop for golf.
The Trophy Awards dinner and ceremony will amaze you with a display of excellence in California landscaping.