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Renew your ALCC membership

ALCC membership runs on a set calendar year from July 1st through June 30th annually. You may renew your membership beginning 90 days prior to the June 30th expiration. If your membership has lapsed and you wish to re-join, please contact Tammy DiFalco or call (303) 757-5611. 

ALCC helps elevate the landscape industry and make your company better by nature

  • ALCC has positioned itself as a resource for policymakers. Advocacy efforts in water conservation, H-2B visa programs, and liability issues are just a few of the areas in which your trade association has become a go-to source of data and information when creating laws, regulations, and public policy that impact our industry.

  • Better resources for business owners. Whether it’s an improved job board, networking events, or education, you can find valuable tools to help you build a better business.

  • Landscape Career Pathways Program. ALCC is committed to attracting new people to the landscape industry and helping them become job ready to fill the crucial labor gap. The curriculum is currently being implemented in high schools across the front range, with new schools being added each year. Irrigation Boot Camp has helped train irrigation techs in just four weeks.

  • Landscape Industry Certification. ALCC administers this nationally recognized certification program for Colorado. Members enjoy discounts on testing registration, study manuals, and educational opportunities. For those already certified, all ALCC programs are approved for continuing education units toward re-certification. 

  • We put landscaping in the media. ALCC’s media efforts have increased industry exposure through newspaper stories statewide, online features, and local TV news segments. ALCC members and initiatives are featured regularly in local and national coverage related to Landscape Career Pathways Program, the H-2B program, the industry labor shortage, and more. 

  • Getting ahead of drought. ALCC partnered with Colorado State University to present a landscape water use study, The Hidden Value of Landscapes. The value of this study is quantifying the amount of water that Colorado uses for landscapes and demonstrating how responsible landscape water use and conservation does have a positive economic impact within our state. In other words, we want to show that creating and maintaining landscapes is not a wasteful use of water.  

Members are at the core of our greatest accomplishments. We hope you’ll join us in making the 2018-19 membership year even stronger and renew your commitment to being better by nature

Did you know ALCC has a Member Referral Program? Learn more.

 
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