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How and why we need to manage landscapes as systems

Organic landscaping means following a systems approach to landscape management, which is designed to put a series of preventive steps in place that will solve problems. This systems approach is based on three concepts: 1) Natural product where use is governed by soil testing and site considerations 2) Acknowledgment that the soil biomass plays a…

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The OLA Events Calendar is Live!

The Organic Landscape Association Events Calendar is Live!

“I ‘m so busy running my business that I hardly have time to search for the next continuing education opportunity.” “We need additional promotion to make our next event successful.” “I wish I knew where I could attend an event locally to learn more about organic landscaping.” These are typical of the comments long heard…

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Meet the Founding Sponsors of the Organic Landscape Association

Meet the Founding Sponsors of the Organic Landscape Association

The mission of the Organic Landscape Association is to advance the knowledge and practice of organic landscaping through education and advocacy, to support the landscape professional and commercial interests within the landscape industry, to establish and maintain professional standards for organic landscape professionals, and to coordinate and support the efforts of local organizations seeking to…

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Feature Interview with Chip Osborne: Part Three

Chip Osborne Part Three Feature interview with Organic Landscape Association

This is the final installment of a three part interview with Chip Osborne about the concepts and philosophy behind the launch of the Organic Landscape Association. Read part two of this interview here What do you see as the biggest area of resistance to the wider adoption of organic landscape management? The biggest resistance will…

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