Upcoming Events & Training

October 11, 2022

LCLM Training/CEUs/Exam Prep

THIS TRAINING WILL PROVIDE THE 6 HOURS OF REQUIRED EDUCATION TO APPLY FOR THE LCLM LICENSE. Exam and Insurance also required to obtain the license. There is a $150. non refundable fee to take this exam.


This class will also provide the following CEUs:
487 GENERAL STANDARDS/CORE - 3
482 GENERAL STANDARDS/CORE - 3
COMMERCIAL LAWN AND ORNAMENTAL -3
ORNAMENTAL AND TURF PEST CONTROL -3
LIMITED CERTIFICATION LAWN AND ORNAMENTAL- 3
LIMITED CERTIFICATION COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE MAINT. - 3
LIMITED URBAN FERTILIZER -3
RIGHT-OF-WAY PEST CONTROL - 3


Davie, FL

October 11, 2022

LCLM Training/CEUs/Exam Prep

The LCLM (Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance) license is required for commercial application of all caution label pesticides.
Davie, FL

October 20, 2022

Boxwood Health Workshop 2022

Over a quarter of all boxwood (the #1 broadleaf evergreen shrub!) production in the US occurs in either Oregon, California, or Washington. A handful of pests challenge boxwood production and landscape management, but boxwood blight has emerged as a significant threat. This disease is even more troublesome in the PNW since symptoms appear to be more subtle as compared with other regions.USDA and Oregon State University are bringing experts to the Willamette Valley for a one-day workshop to talk about boxwood health.
Aurora, OR

October 24 - 25, 2022

AmericanHort Landscape Operations Tour

This program is designed for landscape professionals from all areas of the landscape industry. From small in-design to large multi-million-dollar operations that primarily do install and build projects. This tour provides an up-close, behind-the-scenes view of leading operations in the Kansas City area. Learn best practices around morning roll out routings, use of innovative software and other technologies and tools, see equipment demonstrations and walk away with new ideas to enhance your own company’s bottom line. You will meet industry peers and build your professional network during the two days of tours.
Kansas City, KS

October 25 - 27, 2022 - Virtual Event

AmericanHort / Inventory Management Mastery Series

One of the largest challenges faced by growers and wholesalers in the horticulture industry is green inventory management. Especially for those plants and products with long grow times or tight distribution schedules. In AmericanHort’s Inventory Management Mastery Series, inventory expert Jason Bader, principal of The Distribution Team, will walk attendees through best practices and inventive strategies for managing this process while minimizing excess.

November 01, 2022 - Virtual Event

Women In Horticulture Presented by AmericanHort

Karin Walters, CEO and Christa Steenwyk, Vice President of Marketing and Industry Relationships, Walters Gardens Join us to hear from Karin Walters, CEO, and Christa Steenwyk, Vice President of Marketing and Industry Relationships at Walters Gardens as they talk about the recent leadership transitions they’ve experienced as they grow the company to have a larger international presence in the industry. 

November 02, 2022

Introduction to Tree Climbing for Arborists

This class is intended for arborists with minimal or limited experience climbing trees with rope and saddle. It is preferred that students bring their own gear to learn on their own PPE and equipment, however, a minimum amount of climbing gear will be available at the class. 

 

Who should attend: This class will afford you the opportunity to learn to climb trees using the latest, most efficient climbing techniques used in modern arboriculture today. This is a great opportunity for treeservice companies to send recent hires and get back an employee who is trained in the latest safe efficient climbing technology.


Clearwater, FL

November 02, 2022 - Virtual Event

AmericanHort / Succession & Exit Planning Mastery Series

There’s one indisputable fact—100% of owners eventually will exit their business. In the horticulture industry, there are many stories of successful transitions to new owners and to family members in the horticultural industry. However, in these times there are even more stories of unnecessary closures and liquidations, family disagreements, disasters, and owners passing away without a business continuity plan in place or even a will. The critical difference is that planning leads to successful outcomes.


AmericanHort is proud to present this timely Mastery Series on Succession and Exit Planning consisting of three classes hosted by a panel of experts ranging from CEPAs (Certified Exit Planning Advisors), accounting, legal, financial planning, and organizational development professionals who will help you form a succession plan for your business.



November 03, 2022 - Virtual Event

Smart Plants — Magical Interactions Between Flowers And Their Pollinators

This presentation takes a closer look at flower morphology and diversity as it relates to pollination. Various systems used by flowers to facilitate pollination are described. Special attention is given to adaptations in flower morphology designed to attract and interact with general or specific pollinators. Flowers signal pollinators with nectar guides, trick insects into visiting flowers by mimicking other organisms, lure pollinators into traps and even have moving floral parts. If you look closely, you can see the magic in flowers.