Costs

Most seminars are $25 each


Exhibit Hall

Wednesday, January 31

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Thursday, February 1

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.


Location

Ontario Convention Center

2000 E. Convention Center Way

Ontario, CA 91764



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12v Landscape Lighting Refresher

PRESENTER: Bruce Dennis, Lightcraft Outdoor
TIME: 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: In The Field
CEUs: 1.5 APLD 1.5 CLT [pending]
FEE: $25

Join lighting pioneer Bruce Dennis, owner of Lightcraft Outdoor, for an amazing update on the art and science of landscape lighting. Bruce was one of the first to introduce LED lighting to the landscape lighting world almost 20 years ago, and is recognized for pioneering much of the landscape lighting designs that are still being used by our industry today. In addition to updated marketing techniques, this session will cover: Updated lighting fundamentals and design, the selection of proper fixtures and power supplies and wiring methods and installation. Critical checkslists will be provided, as will testing and mainteance tips to minimize call backs.

Bruce was one of the first to introduce LED lighting to the landscape lighting world almost 20 years ago. Bruce is recognized for pioneering much of the landscape lighting designs that are still being used by our industry today.


2018 Immigration Update

PRESENTER: Jennifer A. Grady, Esq. and Anthony Mance, Esq.
TIME: 10:30 a.m. - noon, Thursday, February 1
TRACK: Business / HR
CEUs: 1.5 CLP [pending]
FEE: $25

Are you prepared for a knock on your front door from agents of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)? Attendees will learn: What to do if ICE comes knocking? The consequences of knowingly hiring or continuing to hire someone who is undocumented. Practical steps on how to handle the situation if you currently have undocumented workers. When and how to use the E-Verify process. Information for employers if their employees want info on a path to citizenship. How to sponsor your employees for a visa or Green Card.

Our co-presenters are Jennifer A. Grady, Esq. and Anthony Mance, Esq.

Ms. Grady and her team of attorneys at The Grady Firm, P.C. specialize in business, employment, immigration, and intellectual property law for California entrepreneurs. The Grady Firm has offices in Beverly Hills and San Diego. As an employment lawyer, Ms. Grady teaches employers how to become compliant with California employment law.

Anthony E. Mance, Esq. is an attorney with considerable experience in immigration and business law. Mr. Mance's practice focuses primarily on assisting individuals and businesses with the complexities of the immigration process.


Abiotic or Biotic? How To Determine The Type Of Disorder Affecting Your Plant

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: 2:30-4 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1.5 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

This seminar will focus on the strategies for diagnosing abiotic and/or biotic problems with plants, using a logical, investigative, problem-solving approach to determine diagnosis. From that diagnosis, we will approach a course of action for solving the problem. You can’t fix what you don’t know.


Alternatives To Lawns To Reduce Pesticide Use

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: 10 -11:30 a.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1.5 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

In any planting scheme, inputs versus outputs are the keys to maintenance and profitability. Many planting schemes demand more than they provide. Clients are asking for alternatives to turf, and this comprehensive seminar will address those options.


Boost Your Business: The Ultimate Guide to Effective Email Marketing

PRESENTER: Evy Hanson, Leap Online Marketing
TIME: 9 - 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Business / HR
CEUs: 1.5 CLP [pending]
FEE: $25

Used correctly, email marketing can be a low-cost and highly effective tool to engage clients and prospects. Used incorrectly, it’s insta-delete spam. Learn how to boost your business by tailoring your content, focusing your calls to action and avoiding the spam folder.

Evy Hanson has more than 15 years’ experience in marketing, including corporate marketing and extensive agency experience. With the goal of helping small/medium businesses transition into the online marketing realm, in 2011 she found her niche and started her own agency – Leap Online Marketing.


C27 Prep Course: Get Licensed

PRESENTER: Steve Jacobs, CLT, CWM, CLP & Lindsay Ono
TIME: 12:30 - 2 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Aspiring Professionals
CEUs: 1.5 CLP [pending]
FEE: $25

Learn what you need to know to pass the C27 license exam. This session will focus on the aspects that prove most challenging to test takers: legal and business practices.

Steve Jacobs is the owner of San Diego’s Nature Designs Landscaping and a past president of the California Landscape Contractors Association. He is a Certified Landscape Professional, Certified Landscape Technician and a Certified Arborist. Steve has been teaching the Landscape Contracting class at Cuyamaca College since 2003.

Lindsay Ono has been around plants his entire life. The son of a landscaper, his 35+ years of horticultural experience started at Evergreen Nursery, a family business. After receiving his degrees from Bakersfield College and California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in Ornamental Horticulture, he entered the family landscape and nursery business. After his father retired, Ono worked as an agricultural laboratory research technician growing Roses for Jackson and Perkins Roses and later began his teaching career. Today he is a Professor of Environmental Horticulture for Bakersfield College and past Agriculture Department Chair.


C27 Prep Course: Get Licensed (Spanish)

PRESENTER: Steve Jacobs, CLT, CWM, CLP & Lindsay Ono
TIME: 2:30 - 4 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Aspiring Professionals
CEUs: 1.5 CLP [pending]
FEE: $25

Learn what you need to know to pass the C27 license exam. This session will focus on the aspects that prove most challenging to test takers: legal and business practices.

Steve Jacobs is the owner of San Diego’s Nature Designs Landscaping and a past president of the California Landscape Contractors Association. He is a Certified Landscape Professional, Certified Landscape Technician and a Certified Arborist. Steve has been teaching the Landscape Contracting class at Cuyamaca College since 2003.

Lindsay Ono has been around plants his entire life. The son of a landscaper, his 35+ years of horticultural experience started at Evergreen Nursery, a family business. After receiving his degrees from Bakersfield College and California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in Ornamental Horticulture, he entered the family landscape and nursery business. After his father retired, Ono worked as an agricultural laboratory research technician growing Roses for Jackson and Perkins Roses and later began his teaching career. Today he is a Professor of Environmental Horticulture for Bakersfield College and past Agriculture Department Chair.


Create A Personalized Employee Handbook

PRESENTER: Mari Bradford, PHR, California Employers Association
TIME: 1 - 3 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Business / HR
CEUs: 2 CLP [pending]
FEE: $125

An employee handbook is one of the most important communication tools between your company and your employees. Not only does it set forth your expectations for your employees, it also describes what they can expect from you and ensures your business complies with state and federal employment laws. You’ll leave the seminar with a copy of CLCA’s Employee Handbook, a “fill-in-the-blank” Microsoft Word document, customized for your landscape construction or maintenance company and your employees. Seminar price includes Microsoft Word document — for best results, bring your laptop computer.

Mari Bradford is the voice of CLCA’s member benefit HR Hotline. An expert on California employment law and compliance matters, Mari has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Communications from CSU Sacramento and her PHR from the Society for Human Resource Management.


Cultivating Your Team: Recruit & Retain The Best

PRESENTER: Fredric Haskett, LICT-M, Harvest Landscape Consulting Group
TIME: 2 - 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Business / HR
CEUs: 1.5 CLP [pending]
FEE: $25

Recruiting and retaining good employees is the key to business success, and one of the biggest challenges facing employers in 2018. Learn how to find them, train them and keep them.

Fredric Hasket, LICT-M is with the Harvest Landscape Consulting Group. He is a Landscape Industry Certified Manager, a Certified Arborist and Certified Turfgrass Professional. He founded his own residential lawn care company and grew Greenwood Lawn and Landscape Management from a one-man operation to a multifaceted firm with revenues reaching nearly $1 million.


Food Forest Gardens

PRESENTER: Mike Boss, Rock and Rose Landscapes
TIME: 3 - 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: The Sustainable Garden
CEUs: 1.5 APLD [pending]
FEE: $25

It doesn’t get more local or fresh than food from one’s own back yard. This workshop will explore ways to make mini Gardens of Eden. The more food grown at home, the more we reduce our environmental footprint by using less fossil fuel, less water, less fertilizer and fewer chemicals. There will be an emphasis on incorporating ecological principles, such as soil building, using perennial edibles and planting for habitat enhancement.

Mike Boss founded Rock & Rose in 1989 and the Edible Nursery Project in 2017. He now owns Sonoma Horticultural Nursery. He holds an M.S. in Environmental Botany and certificates in Permaculture Design, and has served on San Francisco's Urban Forestry Council and as a landscape advisor for the S.F. Water Department. He is a CLCA life member.


Fundamentals of Accounting & Financial Literacy

PRESENTER: Mariette Martinez, EA
TIME: 9 a.m. - noon, Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Business / HR
CEUs: 3 CLP [pending]
FEE: $50

Paving the way to financial stability through financial literacy & the 3 KEY financial statements.

Marietta is an IRS Enrolled Agent and Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor. Her presentations at the 2017 Landscape Industry Show earned rave reviews and "Best of Show" honors.


Fundamentals, Installation Guidelines & Troubleshooting Techniques for Two-Wire Systems

PRESENTER: Toni Monzon, Bilingual Training Institute
TIME: 10:30 a.m. - noon & 1- 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: In The Field
CEUs: 3 CLT 3 IA 3 QWEL [pending]
FEE: $50

This class will provide a clear understanding of two-wire systems, including installation guidelines and troubleshooting techniques. Proper grounding techniques will be thoroughly discussed as well. The attendees will participate in several hands-on demonstrations in order to increase their confidence and knowledge of two-wire systems. The ultimate goal of this class is to ensure the proper operation of two-wire systems and to minimize unnecessary equipment failure. Class taught in Spanish. Includes one hour lunch break.

Since January 1993, Toni has been the director of the Bilingual Training Institute (BTI), organization that specializes in providing consulting services and irrigation training to the landscape industry. During this time, she has presented water management programs directly to landscape maintenance companies, as well as through prestigious organizations such as California Landscape Contractors Association, City of Santa Monica, Chino Basin Water Conservation District, The Getty Center, The Getty Villa, Irvine Ranch Water District, Metropolitan Water District, Santa Clara Valley Water District, Santa Margarita Water District, and Southern California Turfgrass Council, among others. In 1997, Toni became a bilingual instructor for the Fullerton College Horticulture Department. During two years, she developed and taught various soils and irrigation classes that were heavily attended by landscape professionals.


Good Bug/Bad Bug: A Review Of The Good Bugs And The Bad Bugs

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: 1-2:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1.5 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

We will have a look at the bugs that are currently munching their way through California. We will also talk about the bugs (biological controls) that are munching their way through the bugs that are munching their way through California. How many do you know?


How To Read, Understand And Follow A Pesticide Label

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: 7:30-9 a.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1.5 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

The label is the law. How many of us actually read the label on a pesticide container, especially the fine print? You are responsible as the holder of a pesticide license for your actions whether you have read the label or not. This seminar will key in on what each section of the labels means.


Insurance 2018: What You Need To Know, From Workers Comp to TrumpCare

PRESENTER: Lance Perry, CLCA Insurance Solutions
TIME: 8:30 - 10 a.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Business / HR
CEUs: 1.5 CLP [pending]
FEE: $25

With insurance representing 30 percent of a typical landscape firm's expenses, you can’t miss this workshop. We'll open with an exploration of what you need to know when it comes to workers’ compensation and liability insurance. Whether you’re buying a policy for the first time or have had coverage for years, you can keep cost under control by being knowledgeable about all the facts when shopping insurance. Learn how! Then, attendees will be updated on the 2018 healthcare market and the impact TrumpCare may have on your business.

Lance Perry brings 20 years of experience and expertise in the insurance industry to his position with CLCA Insurance Solutions.


Landscape Industry Certified Technician Written Test

PRESENTER: Team Certification
TIME: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: Certification
FEE: $999


Mastering Pesticide Worker Safety Laws And General Safety Requirements

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: 7:30-9 a.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1.5 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

Name the ten most-fined violations by the Department of Pesticide Regulation. Many of these violations concern worker safety. Not only can you be fined by DPR, but putting workers in jeopardy can trigger a visit from OSHA, and if the employee is injured, affect your Workers Compensation insurance policy.


Mastering Quickbooks: Basic

PRESENTER: Mariette Martinez, EA
TIME: 9 - 10:30 a.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: Business / HR
CEUs: 1.5 CLP [pending]
FEE: $25

Learn the basics of Quickbooks, considered by many green industry professionals to be the "go-to" accounting software. Quickbooks can save you time and money, if used correctly. Learn how! Seminar includes Intro to the Cloud, Accounting Technologies and QuickBooks Online.

Marietta is an IRS Enrolled Agent and Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor. Her presentations at the 2017 Landscape Industry Show earned rave reviews and "Best of Show" honors.


Mastering Quickbooks: On Steroids

PRESENTER: Mariette Martinez, EA
TIME: 10:30 a.m. - noon, Thursday, February 1
TRACK: Business / HR
CEUs: 1.5 CLP [pending]
FEE: $25

If you've mastered the basics of Quickbooks, learn the next steps in mastering this powerful accounting software. . Focus on QuickBooks Online Advanced with Apps.

Marietta is an IRS Enrolled Agent and Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor. Her presentations at the 2017 Landscape Industry Show earned rave reviews and "Best of Show" honors.


Native Landscape Failure: Are Argentine Ants The Culprit?

PRESENTER: Greg Rubin, California's Own Native Landscape Design
TIME: 8 - 9:30 a.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: The Sustainable Garden
CEUs: 1.5 APLD 1.5 CLT 1.5 CLP 1.5 IA 1.5 ISA 1.5 QWEL [pending]
FEE: $25

Greg is a licensed landscape contractor and author of two best-selling books on native landscaping. He is the president and founder of California's Own Native Landscape Design.

Greg is a licensed landscape contractor and author of two best-selling books on native landscaping. He is the president and founder of California's Own Native Landscape Design.


New Products In The Marketplace & Testing

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: Noon - 1 p.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

This seminar is about some of the new products in the marketplace that affect your pesticide practices. Individual vendors will showcase their products, and at the end of this seminar you will be tested on how much you learned.


Pesticide Formulations

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: 9-10 a.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

When do I use an LF or a G or P or RTU or an A or a WP or SC, F, or L? What do these letters mean and what are the advantages and disadvantages of these formulations? What types of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) does each of them require? What makes up a formulation? All these questions will be answered in this seminar.


Pesticide Product Review And Testing

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: Noon - 1 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

This seminar is about some of the new products in the marketplace that affect your pesticide practices. Individual vendors will showcase their products, and at the end of this seminar you will be tested on how much you learned.


Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer Update: What’s Eating My Trees?

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: 9 -10 a.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

This is a destructive little beast, and it has a wide species count of what it will attack. It is not their eating that is the destructive piece of this puzzle, but what the eater leaves behind that is doing the damage. This insect is a farmer and this seminar will focus on PSHB and what you can do to protect your trees.


Practical Permaculture for Green Industry Professionals

PRESENTER: Mike Boss, Rock and Rose Landscapes
TIME: 1 - 2:30 p.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: The Sustainable Garden
CEUs: 1.5 APLD 1.5 CLT 1.5 CLP 1.5 IA 1.5 ISA 1.5 QWEL [pending]
FEE: $25

This workshop will focus on ways that landscape professionals can run successful companies successfully in ways that minimize the negative effects of traditional landscaping on people and the environment. We will first explore Permaculture ethics and principles, and then discuss practical ways to incorporate these in both planning and in field work. We will also discuss why applying these principles will result in more beautiful gardens while reducing health risks for employees and helping to create a healthier, more resilient environment.

Mike founded Rock & Rose in 1989 and the Edible Nursery Project in 2017. He now owns Sonoma Horticultural Nursery. He holds an M.S. in Environmental Botany and certificates in Permaculture Design, and has served on San Francisco's Urban Forestry Council and as a landscape advisor for the S.F. Water Department. He is a CLCA life member.


Recognizing Tree Problems

PRESENTER: Susan Sims, Sims Tree Care
TIME: Noon - 2 p.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: In The Field
CEUs: 2 CLT 2 ISA [pending]
FEE: $25

Learn what’s possible, what to look for, and how to recognize what you are looking at. A good primer to taking a “Tree Risk Course”.

Susan is an Agricultural Biologist, I.S.A. Certified Master Arborist, I.S.A. Certified Tree Risk Assessor, California Certified Urban Forester and a licensed California contractor. She was inducted into the Green Industry Hall of Fame in 2015.


Reducing Chemical Use Through Integrated Pest Management

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: 2:30-3:30 p.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

Strategies for reducing pesticide use is the goal of Integrated Pest Management. We will look at proven methods of managing a pesticide program without reaching for the formulated chemical. You don’t need a bazooka to kill a fly. Granted, it is more fun, but then you have to clean up your mess.


Strengthen Your Legal Contracts For Less Drama, Easier Money

PRESENTER: Michael Martin, Esq.
TIME: 8:30 - 10 a.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: Business / HR
CEUs: 1.5 CLP [pending]
FEE: $25

Legally, what do you need to know to strengthen your contracts for less drama and faster payment? What qualifies as a home improvement agreement? What are the basic requirements? How are pool contracts different? What other provisions should you include in your contracts? What happens if you don't comply with the legal requirements? Learn what you need to know to legally protect yourself and your business.

Michael is a partner at Myers, Widders, Gibson, Jones & Feingold, LLP. His practice emphasizes civil litigation and construction law issues. He has served as the California Landscape Contractor Association’s Director of Legislation. His presentation at the 2017 Landscape Industry Show was rated "Five Stars" by attendees.


Successful Social Media & On-Line Reputation Management

PRESENTER: Evy Hanson, Leap Online Marketing
TIME: 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Business / HR
CEUs: 1.5 CLP [pending]
FEE: $25

Although it appears that "anything goes" on social media, there are actually steps you can take to better manage your online reputation and engage current and potential clients. Learn how!

Evy Hanson has more than 15 years’ experience in marketing, including corporate marketing and extensive agency experience. With the goal of helping small/medium businesses transition into the online marketing realm, in 2011 she found her niche and started her own agency – Leap Online Marketing.


The Soil Food Web

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: 10-11:30 a.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1.5 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

The Soil Food Web is a relationship to plants, organisms, fungi, bacteria, invertebrates, arthropods, worms, and any other organism that is around our plants and in our soil. Learn how to use this to provide a healthy environment for your plants that reduces pesticide use by understanding what each of these systems do in the soil.


Tree Training & Pruning

PRESENTER: Susan Sims, Sims Tree Care
TIME: 10 - 11:30 a.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: In The Field
CEUs: 1.5 APLD 1.5 CLT 1.5 CLP 1.5 IA 1.5 ISA 1.5 QWEL [pending]
FEE: $25

We will visit the basics of training and trimming trees. The money spent training a tree is some of the best money you can spend. You lessen the cost of pruning later as an adult tree and add to the trees useful life and reduce risk. Proper trimming is a must. When trees are trimmed improperly it can heighten the risk and reduce the trees useful life. Being the trimmer that produces poor work can be a liability.

Susan is an Agricultural Biologist, I.S.A. Certified Master Arborist, I.S.A. Certified Tree Risk Assessor, California Certified Urban Forester and a licensed California contractor. She was inducted into the Green Industry Hall of Fame in 2015.


Unlocking the Secrets of Native Landscaping

PRESENTER: Greg Rubin, California's Own Native Landscape Design
TIME: 1 - 3 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: The Sustainable Garden
CEUs: 2 APLD 2 CLT 2 CLP 2 IA 2 ISA 2 QWEL [pending]
FEE: $25

In this fast-paced seminar, native guru Greg Rubin will touch on all aspects of native landscaping, and how it differs from conventional ornamental horticulture. Learn specific information about: Native mycorrhizal soil ecology; how to capture that ecology in the home landscape; design concepts and styles; plant selection; irrigation design; watering schedules; maintenance; mulches, and pest and weed control. Rather than a "natives use less water and boy aren't they great" presentation, this session gives very specific info that you can apply immediately. Is your community's planning department strictly enforcing new Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (MWELO) regulations? A mastery of native plants can streamline the process and help avoid the delays, frustration, confusion and worse reported by many contractors.

Greg is a licensed landscape contractor and author of two best-selling books on native landscaping. He is the president and founder of California's Own Native Landscape Design.


Water Efficient Landscapes

PRESENTER: Panel Presentation
TIME: 8 a.m. - noon & 1:30-4 p.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: The Sustainable Garden
CEUs: 7 APLD 7 CLT 7 CLP 7 DPR 7 IA 7 ISA 7 QWEL [pending]
FEE: $65

This is landscape training that focuses on mastering the basic elements of water efficient landscaping for new California landscapes. As more outdoor California building ordinances are imposed on new landscapes and the landscape industry, this training focuses on creating and maintaining water efficient landscapes. The workshop is designed for landscape designers, landscape architects, landscape contractors that specialize in installation and maintenance. Municipal water conservation personnel may discover it useful as well. We will cover all the essential elements to help you comply with the MWELO, design, build and maintain healthy, water efficient landscapes for California’s “new normal”.


Water Management Certification Test & Training

PRESENTER: CLCA Water Management Certification Program
TIME: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 31
TRACK: Certification
CEUs: 2 APLD 2 CLT 2 CLP 2 IA 2 ISA 2 QWEL [pending]
FEE: $100

Prep seminar, irrigation audit training and written test.


Weeds: Plants Seemingly Without Virtue

PRESENTER: Frank Niccoli, Niccoli Horticulture
TIME: 1-2:30 p.m., Thursday, February 1
TRACK: Pesticides
CEUs: 1.5 DPR [pending]
FEE: $25

To some, weeds are a virtuous plant. They contain substances that can be used for our benefit. This seminar will look at a few plants that seemingly do not have worth. They provide erosion control, soil building, organic matter, and many other benefits that we should understand.

 

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