Do you know someone in your life that lacks the discipline to follow through with an important lifestyle change, either in their personal life or in their business? In this month’s newsletter, we discuss solutions to that problem and offer tips to improve your life.
A water conservation program has been launched to help Coloradans conserve water inside and outside the home and to care about water quality.
This month’s newsletter features a letter from our new President, Emilie Hudson, as well as a letter from our previous president, Tom Lynch, who will remain on our Board of Directors as the Treasurer.
CALCP has officially changed its name, from the Colorado Association of Lawn Care Professionals to the Colorado Arborists and Lawn Care Professionals. This name change is in response to be more inclusive in our name of all the members in our organization.
About 30 lawn care professionals assisted with the 6th Annual Day of Service at Riverside Cemetery on Friday, April 25. We discuss what they did and more in this month’s newsletter.
Laura Pottorff was recognized by Tom Lynch, President of CALCP, for her many years of quality service to the Green Industry at the CALCP Spring Training Conference on Tuesday, March 4 at the Ramada Plaza Hotel, Northglenn.
In the first newsletter of this year, we feature Dave Dave Cromley of Helena Chemical Co. and Chuy Medrano of CoCal Landscape. They both received Distinguished Service Awards from the Rocky Mountain Regional Turfgrass Association.