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San Diego chapter of CLCA names board members

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The association selected Sharon May and Alan Parkman to serve on its board of directors.

| February 18, 2011

SAN DIEGO – The California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) of San Diego County appointed two new members to their board of directors. Newly appointed is president-elect Sharon May of Agri Service, in Vista, a green waste recycling company. Throughout her years as a professional in the green industry, May has taught landscape classes, appeared on radio programs and has been published in various publications including San Diego Home and Garden magazine. Sharon’s vast knowledge of water issues and sustainability will help the chapter further its goals of informing the general public about the landscape industry. 

Also newly appointed to the San Diego County chapter of CLCA’s board of directors is Vice President of Water Resources Alan Parkman of Green Life Studios in Vista. Green Life Studios specializes in eco-friendly and edible landscape construction and design. Parkman brings 15 years of experience in residential construction and maintenance and 10 years in landscape design and construction. Parkman hopes to continue CLCA's efforts to promote sound policy and public education in sustainable landscape practices, including water conservation and management.
 

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