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Principles and Practices of "Regenerative" Gardening and Landscaping

September 20, 2019 | 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Location

Orange County Convention Center - West Building
9800 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819

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This workshop is designed to empower landscapers and landscape contractors to more fully understand and become empowered to advocate for the concepts and ideas of soil health and regenerative gardening and landscape design. As awareness of regenerative farming/gardening/landscaping grows, it is important that thought leaders, companies, and practitioners alike get clear on these ideas so they can utilize the practices for projects and accurately present this inspiring information to clients.

Rebuilding healthy soil through regenerative practices has many exciting benefits. From increasing water infiltration and holding capacity, to increasing soil organic matter levels, to increasing soil biology, to sequestering carbon.

For six years, Kiss the Ground has developed talking points, decks, and media that are specifically designed to reach a wide range of audiences. Now, we are excited to get these tools into the hands of people who are in the field and putting these ideas to work. For any business, organization, or agency, we believe that giving employees and management a chance to comprehend this information, and become more confident in talking about, will bring new energy and competitive advantage to your team. 

Pre-registration price by Sept. 9 - $75 | Onsite - $90


TLS Knowledge College
 

This workshop is a part of the Knowledge College.  With more than twenty unique, hands-on workshops and sessions, the Knowledge College at the Landscape Show offers attendees real-workplace principles to become the best in their business!  Attendees will find new ideas to provoke new thinking. By choosing one or multiple workshops, one can build a program tailor-made to meet business needs and provide smart ideas to be more effective, efficient and re-energized.


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