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Events & Webinars
Events & Webinars

Landscape Operations Industry Tour

November 5-6, 2018

AmericanHort is excited to announce the Landscape Operations Tour, a new event focused on best practices in landscaping operations taking place on November 5-6th, in Southwest Ohio. Landscape owners and operators across the US interested in increasing the efficiency of their operations will enjoy 8 world-class stops and several networking opportunities on this 2-day tour. 

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Ensuring Federal Wage and Hour Compliance In the Landscape Industry

November 1, 2018 1-2 PM EDT

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) is conducting a nationwide initiative to strengthen compliance in the landscape industry, and particularly with labor provisions of the H-2B temporary visa program. AmericanHort will moderate a presentation by WHD officials, who will provide an overview of the nation-wide initiative, relevant laws, common violations, and resources available to get your questions answered.

Presenters: Craig Regelbrugge, Senior Vice President - Industry Advocacy & Research & Tal Coley, Director of Government Affairs

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Quarterly Advocacy Brief III

November 14, 2018 - 1:30 PM EDT

Quarterly webinars, exclusively available to AmericanHort Premium Members, provide the latest information in DC on pressing issues for our industry, led by AmericanHort’s Industry Advocacy & Research Team.

Presenters: Craig Regelbrugge, Senior Vice President - Industry Advocacy & Research & Tal Coley, Director of Government Affairs

To register, please email Amanda at AmandaH@AmericanHort.org

Automating and Innovating Tree Monitoring Techniques for the Nursery, Arborist, and Forester

November 15, 2018 - 2:00 PM EDT

"This stacked panel of experts will plunge into the current and potential application of exciting new technologies showing promise in automating and innovating the management of nursery stock, and other environments including arboretums and forest stands. New technologies explored during this seminar include drone-based observation and sampling, canopy robotics, and a variety of radio-frequency identification (RFID) applications. Panelists will address the need for RFID amidst compressed profit margins and labor challenges, and will reveal the power of strategic software and RFID integrations."

Presenters: Matt Voller, Arbretec; Jill Calabro, AmericanHort, Dr. Tom Fernandez, Michigan State University, Dr. Paul Doruska, University of Wisconsin; Dr. Tali Freed, PolyGAIT - Cal Poly Center for Global Automatic Identification Technologies; Dr. Chuck Cannon, The Morton Arboretum

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Cultivate'19

July 13-16, 2019

New knowledge, networking, strategies, suppliers, brainstorming, plants, products, inspiration, ideas, good eats, great city, and you. With 700 exhibitors, 100+ education sessions, and 10,000 other attendees to get to know, there's no place better to do business, grow business, and set yourself up for success. Cultivate'18 is All About You, and we can't wait to see you. 

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IGCA Congress UK

September 1-6, 2019

Join AmericanHort in visiting Windsor, England in 2019 at the International Garden Centre Congress, to tour the state of the art in garden center design and execution. The annual IGCA congress encourages information exchange and interaction between attendees to better garden center business worldwide. Early bird pricing ends October 31.

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Impact Washington Summit

September 16-18, 2019

Engage with lawmakers and thought leaders whose efforts are shaping the future. Be ready to meet with members of congress and their staff on the most pressing issues facing the horticulture industry.

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