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Pro-Tips: Winter Landscaping Preparation for a Thriving Spring

Member price:

$59.00

Your price:

$ 99.00

11/04/2020

11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter: Chris Lee, President, Earth Works

Is that a chill in the air? While landscaping is not always top of mind once the weather turns, there are some key actions that can help position the property for success. During this insightful webinar we will discuss the proper steps to prepare your landscape for winter. From preparing Turfgrass areas, to shrubs and trees – you’ll learn what your property needs to survive winter and thrive in the spring. We will also discuss proper irrigation preparation and scheduling.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify a winter feeding plan to give your plants sustenance for winter
  • Describe winter cut backs and care tips
  • Determine how to handle irrigation during winter months

Chris Lee Chris Lee, President of EarthWorks, Inc.
“Exponential growth” is the phrase most associated with Chris Lee’s tenure as president of EarthWorks Commercial Landscaping Services. Over the last 20 years, he has overseen the company’s organic growth from less than $1 million in revenue to $25 million in 2019. This includes growing the company’s 30 employees to nearly 400 across Texas. EarthWorks has also been named as Landscape Management Top 150 seven years in a row, named to the Lawn and Landscape Top 100 for 2018 and to the SMU Cox School of Business, Dallas 100 in 2019.

As a licensed TCEQ Licensed Irrigator (LI18300) and TDA Licensed Pesticide Applicator (TDA0758546) specialist, Chris also has first-hand experience in the field. He studied business at the University of Arkansas, and horticulture and landscape design at Tarrant County College. Chris continues to focus on strengthening his knowledge though continuing education, receiving a certificate in Financial Planning from Florida State University in 2000 and becoming a Certified Apartment Supplier (CAS) in 2013 via the National Apartment Association.

Chris is also a graduate of the Dale Carnegie Leadership Academy and the Goldman Sachs 10KSB program. He is a strong advocate of water conservation and a regular contributor to multiple green industry publications.
Chris has served on the Board of Directors for the Apartment Association of Tarrant County since 2011 and the Texas Apartment Association since 2016. He is a voting delegate for the National Apartment Association and serves on the H2-B Advisory Board and Industrial Growth Initiative Task Force for the National Association of Landscape Professionals.

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