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Nature Designs Landscaping Team Expansion

Posted on March 30, 2018 in News

Nature Designs Landscaping is very pleased to announce the expansion of our team with three new employees, and one returning employee we are happy to see back with us. Welcome: Alicia Raposa, Jorge Morales, Philip Jordan and welcome back, Carson Wise. View their bios here.

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Steve Jacobs presented lectures at the Landscape Industry Show at Ontario Convention Center

Posted on February 28, 2018 in News

Steve Jacobs presented lectures at the Landscape Industry Show at Ontario Convention Center, Ontario, CA January 31, 2017 and February 1, 2018 for CLCA’s Mastering Water Efficient Landscapes (MWEL) for a Sustainable California:  1) The C27 Prep Course: Get Licensed, What you need to know to pass the C27 license exam, focusing on legal and  Continue Reading »

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Steve Jacobs lectured to The Master Gardener Class of 2018

Posted on February 15, 2018 in News

Master Gardener Association Sustainable Irrigation/Mulch/Soils/Planting organized a gathering at UCCE San Diego County where Mr. Jacobs spoke on “WATER MANAGEMENT IN THE HOME GARDEN” on February 13, 2018  

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Steve Jacobs presented lectures at the Landscape Industry Show at Ontario Convention Center, Ontario, CA

Posted on February 2, 2018 in News

CLCA’s Mastering Water Efficient Landscapes (MWEL) for a Sustainable California organized the Landscape Industry Show with Mr. Jacobs lecturing on 1) The C27 Prep Course: Get Licensed, What you need to know to pass the C27 license exam, focusing on legal and business practices. 2) Landscape Management: Landscape Water Efficiency and Best Management Practices

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Steve Jacobs honored as a George F. Hixon Fellow by Kiwanis Escondido

Posted on January 1, 2018 in News

Recently, member Steve Jacobs was honored and awarded by former LT. Governor/Trustee Tim Cunning and decorated by his wife Ann, the prestigious George F. Hixon Fellow. This recognition is in honor of his outstanding support and service to Kiwanis. Read More

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