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Grounds Management: Sustainability Solutions. Successful Strategies for Demanding Landscapes.


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Turf and landscaped areas outside commercial and institutional facilities are facing more scrutiny than ever before.

Grounds managers are making sure these areas are as aesthetically pleasing as possible. But crews also must maintain turf and plants without harming the environment or disrupting occupants and visitors.

To meet these demands, managers are taking on expanded roles in landscape design and planning, including the specification of drought-tolerant plants and turf equipment, the implementation of irrigation systems and hardscape elements, and the use of alternative fuels and other environmentally responsible equipment considerations.

When you attend this FREE Webcast, you will learn:

* Strategies for landscape planning and management, including the use of hardscape items, drought-tolerant plants, and other initiatives to promote sustainability
* Ideas for locating and working effectively with consultants and landscape architects
* The use of alternative fuels, as well as important sustainability considerations managers need to be aware of when specifying grounds equipment, including mowers and utility vehicles
* Grounds managers' roles in developing landscaped areas that complement new construction or the renovation of existing buildings/p>

**The participation of our sponsors in this webcast enables us to provide this event free of charge. By registering for this event, you approve that we may share your registration information, including email, with our sponsors. We do not permit sponsors to use your personally identifiable information without your permission for any purposes other than to send you information about their own products and services.