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March 23,2014 - weather report and view outside office window same day.

To end the 2013 season’s list of seminars and conferences attended, the staff of Carroll County Landscape, Inc. attended the 21st Annual Vermont Turf Conference.  This is sponsored by the VT Greenscape Association and features a trade show and speakers on turf related subjects.  Nine members of CCL were in attendance at the meeting that was held at the Fireside Inn and Suites conference center in West Lebanon, NH on December 3rd.  Speakers from both the University of Connecticut and University of Mass. provided some excellent talks on best management related topics.


NHLA/NHPGA & UNH Extension Joint Winter Meeting
The staff of Carroll County Landscape was in attendance for the first of several winter conferences that are held annually to network with fellow industry professionals, attend landscape related lectures and visit with trade show vendors.  In attendance on January 10th at the Marriott Grappone Center in Concord were Dave Alessandroni, Jan Bicknell, Garrett Dorsey, Patti Thomas and Meredith O’Blenes.

Next up was New England Grows.  Held each year in February this is the nation’s largest and most popular commercial horticulture conference and exposition.  Here 13,000 of today’s green industry professionals connect with industry suppliers and are able to attend lectures from horticulture experts from around the country.  In attendance from CCL were Dave Alessandroni, Jan Bicknell, Tyrrell Nickerson, Garrett Dorsey, Patti Thomas and Meredith O’Blenes.


Most recently the staff of Carroll County Landscape, Inc. attended the Spring Conference for Landscapers.  This was sponsored by the New Hampshire Landscape Association and UNH Cooperative Extension.  It was held March 12th at the Sweeny Hall Auditorium at NHTI in Concord.  The key note speaker this year was Mary Holland, a Vermont naturalist, wildlife photographer, columnist and author.  At the conference David Alessandroni and three other longtime NHLA members were presented plaques awarded as certificates of appreciation from NHLA.  The plaque reads ‘For his role as an architect of the New Hampshire Certified Landscape Professional program: For dedicated leadership, devoted hours, commitment and support.  On the 15th anniversary of the program, March 12, 2014.’ 

Looking forward to seeing signs of Spring!


Carroll County Landscape, Inc.   P.O. Box 237  Wolfeboro Falls, NH  03896   Phone:  (603) 569-2013  Fax:  (603) 569-2013