Two years later: the impact of AB 1881

December 7, 2012

Chuck Bowen sits down with Richard Restuccia, director of water management solutions, ValleyCrest Cos., to discuss California's Water Conservation in Landscaping Act and what it means for the landscape and irrigation industries. The California law is an example of how legislation seen by many as a threat to the industry could really be an opportunity for contractors. And, as water supplies become scarcer and intense drought becomes more normal, these kinds of regulations are going to spread from California to the rest of the country.


Your new job: water management adviser

March 27, 2014

In this webinar, Peter Estournes from Gardenworks explains how he's grown profits at his $3 million company by focusing on not just irrigation services, but positioning himself as a water management... Read More

The future of water

March 18, 2014

Lance Sweeney outlines best practices for irrigation contractors who need to design, sell and install alternative water systems. Read More

Water laws

February 27, 2014

Chad Forcey, state affairs director for the Irrigation Association, offers a review of current and pending water regulations that irrigation contractors need to know, and how they can effectively... Read More