Keeping landscapes healthy — while reducing water consumption — is the process of matching the water supply precisely to the plant’s needs. Irrigating to a water budget is an effective way to do this, but are your clients current water budgets as accurate as they could be?
In this webinar, we’ll discuss:
- What a water budget is and how to create one
- Why having one is important for landscape health
- Best practices for creating one based on site needs
- How to use budget monitoring and reporting tools
Don’t miss this chance to hear from experts on how they create water budgets to keep landscapes healthy, while still saving water and money.
Max Moreno, VP of Water Conservation
Harvest Landscapes Enterprises, Inc.
Max Moreno has been professionally managing high-level projects in Southern California for over 15 years. He is a certified Water Manager Expert through the California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) and holds additional certifications as a Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditor and Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper and trainer. Moreno is proficient in smart watering systems and horticulture practices and has led the management, training, and implementation of various water efficiency programs for Southern California residents. Prior to Harvest Landscape, Moreno was Director of Water Conservation and held the title of Process Engineer, which included the implementation of company-wide web-applications for a landscape company. He has a background in computer sciences and horticulture with an emphasis on irrigation and water management. Moreno graduated with a BS in Applied Horticulture and Horticulture Operations from California Polytechnic State University of San Luis Obispo.
Ben Coffey, WeatherTRAK Training Manager/Product Specialist
After graduating from the University of Northern Colorado in 1999, Ben started working with WeatherTRAK in 2004 when he was still an Irrigation Tech in Denver, Colorado. In 2006 he began working for HydroPoint as a WeatherTRAK Product Specialist and began training other contractors and irrigation nerds how to be successful using the WeatherTRAK System. In 2012 Ben began as the HydroPoint Training Manager and oversees all forms of customer training, including live training events, On Demand training content for YouTube and LearnUpon, as well as weekly training webinars.
Irrigation Technology Consultant
Andy Humphrey is professionally trained as a landscape & irrigation designer and became one of Baseline’s first employees in 2007. He is known for developing Baseline’s first sales, and for helping designers, contractors, and distributors use technology to improve their business. Today, he is an Irrigation Technology & Ecommerce Consultant, the founder of SprinklerSupplyStore.com, and host of The Sprinkler Nerd Podcast.
Landscapes are vital to the quality of life. They provide recreation areas and enhance the surroundings by cleaning the air and water. Likewise, landscapes prevent erosion, offer fire protection, and replace ecosystems lost to development.
Today, Harvest Landscape services numerous types of landscape projects, including some of the most sought-after resort destinations in California. Green technologies weren’t only good for their environments – they were good for business.