EcoLandscape 2012 Conference and Trade Show Sponsors
All of the following participants in our trade show have shown their support of this event with sponsorship contributions.
Their commitment has made it possible for us to bring you a high quality program.
When you attend the trade show, we hope you will visit their tables and gather up a wealth of information
to help you profit from ecologically sustainable landscape and horticultural practices in the future.
We are pleased to announce that his year many participants will have products to sell at their table. Join us as a Sponsor - details . . .
Our Patron Sponsor
County of Sacramento, Dept. of Water Resources, Stormwater Quality Program
827 7th Street, Room 301
Sacramento, CA 95814
The County of Sacramento is involved in a program designed to clean urban stormwater runoff and protect our creeks and rivers. We partner with other public agencies, including the Cities of Sacramento, Galt, Folsom, Citrus Heights, Rancho Cordova and Elk Grove to form the Sacramento Stormwater Management Program to:
--Educate and inform the public about urban runoff pollution.
--Encourage public participation in community and clean-up events.
--Work with industries and businesses to encourage pollution prevention.
--Require construction activities to reduce erosion and pollution.
--Require developing projects to include pollution controls that will continue to operate after construction is complete.
We also work with our own internal departments and divisions to ensure that our maintenance and development projects are designed to reduce pollution.
Our Sustaining Sponsors
California Department of Water Resources - Landscape Program Water Use and Efficiency Branch
P.O. Box 942836
Sacramento, CA 94236-0001916-651-9676
The DWR Water Use and Efficiency Branch (WUEB) provides support for the stewardship of California's water resources and energy efficient use of water. This office is responsible for water use efficiency planning and coordination. Our services include technical and financial assistance, information collection and dissemination, resources evaluation, and implementation.
— Provides expertise to local agencies and individuals regarding agricultural and urban water and energy conservation, reclamation and reuse of water, land and water use, and drainage management.
— Manages the California Irrigation Management Information System (CIMIS) by collecting weather data from over 120 stations and disseminating calculated reference evapotranspiration (ETo) to assist landscape and crop managers irrigate efficiently.
— Assists in Urban Water Management planning.
— Carries out data analysis, demonstration projects, and research to achieve energy and water use efficiency.
— Provides loans and grants to make more efficient use of water and energy resources.
CalRecycle - Dept. of Resources Recycling and Recovery
801 K Street,
Sacramento, CA 95814
Our mission is to reduce waste, promote the management of all materials to their highest and best use, and protect public health and safety and the environment, in partnership with all Californians.
Kellogg Garden Products
Mr. Rex Lamb
12686 E. Locke Rd.
Lockeford, CA 95237
800-675-7645 - fax 209-727-5075
Kellogg Garden Products is your local, family-owned and exclusive manufacturer of Kellogg®, Gardner & Bloome® and Gardeners® premium sustainable soils, mulches and fertilizers to nurseries, garden centers and professional landscapers throughout the Western US since 1925. Follow Kellogg Garden Products for helpful info & download their new smartphone app at www.KelloggGarden.com.
Lyngso Garden Materials, Inc.
19 Seaport Blvd.
Redwood City, CA 94063
650.364.1730 - fax 650-361-1933
Lyngso Garden Materials is a family-owned business in Redwood City which has for decades successfully blended environmental and social-equity concerns into our business. We supply quality ingredients from living soils to local hardscape and recycled materials as well as materials from throughout the country. We have been a leading advocate of sustainable landscaping for decades. In 2009 Lyngso became a certified Green Business in the Bay Area, based on our company’s sustainable practices and organic gardening emphasis. The Lyngso family is a supporter of local community programs and has been since the business was started almost 60 years ago. Emphasis is on schools, libraries, public gardens, housing and the environment.
Mauby All Natural
5669 Snell Ave. #342,
San Jose, CA 95123
Mauby All Natural - Healthy Soil For a Healthy Environment.
Mauby All Natural specializes in products and services for improving soil fertility without using synthetic materials.
PRO-Solum from Mauby All Natural is a live, dormant, microbiological soil inoculum designed for land care professionals. PRO–Solum is easy to use and provides a high number of beneficial soil microorganisms. Live but dormant microorganisms allow for a longer shelf life. PRO–Solum is an easy and effective way to bring life to the soil in your landscape and garden projects.
Our Supporting Sponsors
Cagwin & Dorward
PO Box 1600
Novato, CA 94948
415-892-7710 - fax 415-892-6791
Cagwin & Dorward is a full service landscape contractor specializing in Sustainable Practices, Landscape Maintenance, Landscape Construction, Tree Care, Water Conservation and Irrigation, Erosion Control and Backflow Testing.
We serve the greater Bay Area from Sonoma County in the North, South to Monterey and East to Sacramento and Modesto.
We serve our customers in a Customer-Centric way.
Cailfornia Landscape Contractors Association
1491 River Park Drive, #100
Sacramento, CA 95815-4501
916-830-2780 - fax 916-830-2788
Sacramento Valley http://svclca.org/, SF Bay Area/East http://clca-sfbae.org/
The California Landscape Contractors Association is a nonprofit trade organization of licensed landscape and landscape-related contractors. Also included among its approximately 3,500 members are landscape suppliers, landscape architects, public officials, educators, and students. CLCA's Mission is to serve and protect the interests of its members, promote professionalism, and advance public awareness of the landscape industry. The association's Core Goal is to support CLCA members as they create beautiful, enduring landscapes that improve the quality of life. The association's state and local activities provide members with a forum for open discussion, networking, and learning. The association provides a large menu of services to its members including educational resources, contract forms, educational events, publicity, access to legal consultants and peer advice, group insurance, political advocacy, information, a landscape awards program, a certification program for landscape technicians, and an industry trade show. CLCA has 18 chapters statewide that conduct monthly meetings and carry on the association's activities and objectives on a local level.
City of Roseville, Environmental Utilities Stormwater Management
2005 Hilltop Circle,
Roseville, CA 95747
916-746-1748 - fax 916-746-1750
Roseville’s Stormwater Management Program, regulated under the Clean Water Act, protects water quality in the City’s over 40 miles of creeks. The program educates and involves the community in stormwater pollution prevention, and regulates run-off from a variety of sources such as construction sites and businesses. The Program also strives to eliminate non-stormwater discharges from City operations.
Devil Mountain Wholesale Nursery
9885 Alcosta Blvd.
San Ramon, CA 94583
925-829-6006 - fax 925-829-6009
Devil Mountain Wholesale Nursery is the Bay Area's Premium Wholesale Nursery.
We invite you to enjoy the benefits of dealing with people who are passionate about plants, have over 175 years of experience, and are dedicated to excellence in every transaction. Devil Mountain occupies 20 acres in beautiful San Ramon, California and is conveniently located at 9885 Alcosta Blvd., San Ramon, California. Call 925-829-6006
Devil Mountain Growers is the Valleys newest grower of top quality plant material.
Devil Mountain Growers is a premium grower of containerized nursery stock. Located on 80 acres outside Lodi in Clements, CA, the imposing Mt. Diablo can be seen in the distance. Devil Mountain Growers is open to re-wholesalers, retail garden centers, and directly to our landscape customers. Located at 16950 E. Liberty Rd., Clements, CA 95227. Call 209-759-3003.
We are dedicated to your success.
With knowledgeable sales staff, quality that is unmatched, deliveries throughout the greater surrounding cities of the Bay Area and Sacramento cities, and an unwavering desire to exceed client expectations there is little reason to look beyond Devil Mountain Wholesale Nursery or Growers for your horticultural needs.
Recology™ Grover Environmental Products
6133 Hammett Ct.
Modesto, CA 95358
209-545-7718 - fax 209-545-8873
Recology Grover Environmental Products (RGEP), formally known as Grover Environmental Products, was acquired by Recology in March 2010. RGEP has two facilities. The first is a 23-acre site in Modesto, CA that produces a variety of decorative mulches from recycled wood, as well as recycled arbor and bark products. The second site is a 216-acre composting facility in Vernalis, CA that produces WonderGrow™ compost: a top-selling, high quality compost produced primarily from yard trimmings as well as food scraps. As the final step in the green waste recycling process, the exceptional quality of WonderGrow™ expresses the Recology Grover commitment to the best and highest use of all resources. WonderGrow™ is used in agricultural, landscape, and turf management applications, and is recognized for its ability to increase organic content and add biological and microbial life to the soil.
Regional Water Authority
John Woodling, Executive Director
5620 Birdcage Street, Suite 180
Citrus Heights, CA 95610
The Regional Water Authority is a joint powers authority that serves and represents the interests of nearly 20 water providers in the greater Sacramento area. The organization's primary mission is to help its members protect and enhance the reliability, availability, affordability and quality of water resources.
Inaugurated in June 2001 after two years of facilitated workshops with more than 60 water industry executives, RWA consolidated several regional associations to provide a unified voice in Northern California water issues. RWA has launched significant programs and services on a regional scale, including:
--A water efficiency program designed to help local purveyors implement best management practices on a regional basis.
--Implementation of the American River Basin Conjunctive Use Program, utilizing a $22 million grant award from the California Department of Water Resources.
United Natural Foods, Inc.
1101 Sunset Boulevard
Rocklin, CA 95765
America's Premier Certified Organic Distributor®
UNFI is the leading independent national distributor of natural, organic and specialty foods and related products including nutritional supplements, personal care items and organic produce, in the United States. In addition to excellent distribution services, we provide a range of innovative, value-added services for our customers and suppliers, to foster mutual success and growth. Our services include marketing and promotional tools, merchandising, category management and store support services.
Our distribution operations are divided into six principal units: UNFI, Eastern Region; UNFI, Western Region; UNFI Canada; Albert’s Organics; Select Nutrition; and UNFI Specialty Distribution Services. In addition to distribution operations, UNFI's divisions include Blue Marble Brands, Earth Origins Market and Woodstock Farms Manufacturing. We distribute throughout the United States and to more than 40 other countries.
Commercial and Non-profit Sponsors
|Association of Professional Landscape Designers - California
Local Contact: Laurie Gates,
The Association of Professional Landscape Designers is an international organization that was formed in 1989 and is dedicated to promoting and supporting the highly qualified professional landscape designer.
The goals of APLD™ are to:
— Advance landscape design as an independent profession and to promote the recognition of landscape designers as highly qualified, dedicated professionals by establishing standards of excellence in the delivery of landscape design services and encouraging landscape designers to achieve and maintain such standards of excellence through participation in continuing education and professional programs.
— Promulgate and encourage the Association's standards of practice.
— Keep landscape designers abreast of the latest information and developments in the field and broadening the field's scope of traditional landscape design to new and important areas such as management of the environment and the preservation of historically significant landscapes.
— Provide a forum for landscape designers to share ideas and learn from the experiences of others.
— Educate the public about the profession.
|California Center for Urban Horticulture
One Shields Avenue
University of California, Davis
Davis, CA 95616
530-752-6642 - fax 530-752-6642
The mission of the California Center for Urban Horticulture (CCUH) is to help Californians develop more sustainable gardens, landscapes and public parks with timely horticultural information. We are located at the University of California, Davis, and draw upon the knowledge and expertise of our partners in academia, industry and the public.
The field of urban horticulture is increasingly important to California's future. Our state leads the nation in creating environmental consciousness of water and water use. However, as our population grows, the demand for residential water grows and poses environmental and financial challenges. The CCUH was created to address these challenges and help mitigate them to improve the quality of life for Californians. Our public programs, demonstration gardens, and research provide residents with the horticultural information needed to create and maintain environmentally sound landscapes.
California Invasive Plant Council
1442-A Walnut Street, #462
Berkeley, CA 94709
510-843-3902 - fax 510-217-3500
The California Invasive Plant Council (Cal-IPC) is a non-profit organization working to protect California lands and waters from invasive plants through science, education, and policy. Our membership includes public and private land managers, researchers, volunteer stewards and concerned citizens. Since forming in 1992, Cal-IPC has published the state's definitive list of wildland weeds and disseminated information on their biology and control. Today, Cal-IPC supports sound science on the impacts of invasive plants and advocates for public policy that makes invasive plant control and early detection a priority. Cal-IPC hosts a suite of educational field courses throughout the state that focus on weed biology, identification, control, mapping and revegetation techniques. Working in collaboration with landscape professionals, gardeners, nurseries, and growers, Cal-IPC is actively working toward reducing the availability and use of invasive plants through the horticultural trade.
|California Native Plant Society - Sacramento Valley Chapter
4900 Kenneth Ave.
Carmichael, CA 95608
The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is a statewide non-profit organization of amateurs and professionals with a common interest in California's native plants. CNPS, working through its local chapters, seeks to increase understanding of California's native flora and to preserve this rich resource for future generations. The Sacramento Valley Chapter of CNPS is working to increase public understanding and appreciation of California’s native plants and to conserve them and their habitats through science, education, advocacy, horticulture and land stewardship. This includes our chapter’s “Kids in Native Plant Gardens Grant Program” highlighted at this conference.
|California School of Garden Design
PO Box 648
Applegate, CA 95703
The California School of Garden Design is a private, vocational school of landscape design and construction. Our focus is the full integration of the home and garden and fulfilling the needs of both client and site. We stress sustainable, ecologically sound solutions to residential landscape architectural design where everything within the garden complements each other - no one element being overly dominant. Our philosophy is that all the elements of the landscape should work together and there is beauty in simplicity.
Sound management of our water and other resources begins with good, responsible design and the education of our clients. The California School of Garden Design has been training designers since 1998.
P.O. Box 896
Elk Grove, CA 95759
916-689-1015 - Fax 916-689-1968
Since 1981 Cornflower Farms' philosophy has been: “Grow what everyone else will not or can not grow”.
This philosophy has encouraged us to grow and develop several major plant application markets:
- California natives, waterwise, perennials, general ornamentals and grasses for the nursery and landscape trades.
- Restoration and revegetation materials (trees, shrubs, wetland specie, etc) native to mountain and coastal plants communities and most everything in between.
- ’Plants with a Purpose’- Such as attracting beneficial insects, specialty wildlife habitat and food crops, greenroofs, hedgerow material, bioswales, living walls, carbon sequestering and biomass fuel crops.
|Dave Wilson Nursery
19701 Lake Road,
Hickman, CA 95323
209-874-1821 - fax 209-874-1920
Offering a complete line of deciduous fruit, nut and shade trees for the home garden trade, Dave Wilson Nursery is the largest grower of fruit trees in the United States. Unique innovative marketing programs include regional variety test plantings, fruit tasting seminars, presentations about Backyard Orchard Culture, and the development of sales aids & point-of-sale tools for retailers, architects and designers. Contact Phill Pursel in Central California, Shawn Sheridan in Northern California and Tom Spellman for Southern California and the south west. 1-800-654- 5854 or davewilson.com.
PO Box 460,
Winters, CA 95694
707-448-4676 - fax 707-448-4760
Dr. Earth sells Organic - NOP - Compliant soils, fertilizers, controls, and biological Inoculants.
|Dry Creek Conservancy
P.O. Box 1311,
Roseville, CA 95768
Dry Creek Conservancyis a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation organized in 1996 to facilitate watershed conservation, restoration, and education in the watersheds of Dry Creek, Pleasant Grove Creek, Auburn Ravine Creek, Coon Creek and surrounding areas in Placer, Sutter, and Sacramento counties.
As part of that mission we:
- Coordinate the American Basin Council of Watersheds, a diverse stakeholder group of interests that has met the first Wednesday of the month since 1996
- Work with our partners to restore streams and watersheds for fish and other wildlife
- Monitor water quality and other resources
- Facilitate a committee of community organizations that organize the annual Creek Week which promotes resident education and stewardship
- Promote a continuous trail and open space greenway connecting with the American River Parkway at Discovery Park and Folsom Lake, forming a 70-mile loop
|Floral Native Nursery
2511 Floral Avenue
Chico, CA 95973
Floral Native Nursery is a specialized nursery growing and selling California Native Plants for retail, wholesale, and contracts. We propagate California trees, shrubs, flowers and grasses from seeds and cuttings for gardens, commercial landscapes, and restoration. Come visit our nursery in Chico to celebrate California’s incredible flora.
Four Winds Growers
3373 Sackett Lane
Winters, CA 95694
530-795-4670 - fax 530-795-1803
Four Winds Growers grow the following products:
Dwarf and Standard Citrus - many sizes up to 24"
Including Seedless Patented Mandarins
Other Evergreen Edibles - Olives, Avocados,
Other Deciduous Edibles - Pomegranates, Figs, Persimmons, Seedless Table Grapes Multi Budded Fruit
Trees - Single Budded Fruit Trees,
Berries - Blueberries, Red Raspberries, Yellow Raspberries, Thornless Boysenberries, Thornless Blackberries
For Sale in the booth: Blueberries, Daphne, Olives, Avocados, Dwarf Citrus, Standard Citrus, Persimmons, and Multi Budded Fruit trees.
| Hedgerow Farms
21740 County Road 88
Winters, CA 95694
530 662 6847 - fax 530-662-2753
Hedgerow Farms is a seed production farm specializing in California native grasses, sedges, rushes, and wildflowers. With approximately 500 acres under cultivation, we offer seed for more than 70 species, including many bioregional ecotypes. We also provide consulting and planning services, native grass, wildflower, and wetland edge nursery grown transplants, as well as native straw and custom growing. Our product goes to: Landscapers, Restoration Companies, Contractors, Mitigation Projects, Homeowners, etc.
|High Ranch Nursery Inc.
3800 Del Mar Ave.
P.O. Box 1410
Loomis, CA 95650-1410
916-652-9261 or 800-350-6640 - fax: 916-652-6771
High Ranch Nursery Inc. is a grower of quality ornamentals and California natives in the foothills east of Sacramento. We have supplied landscape professionals, retail nurseries, municipalities and the Habitat Restoration industry for over 30 years.
— Proud grower of the UCD Arboretum All-Stars program and other water wise plants
— Site-specific collection and contract grower of California Natives for the Habitat Restoration industry
— Now offering direct to the public, a selection of California Native and sustainable plants for your ecolandscape needs at hrnursery.com
Mr. Don Franklin
PO Box 1005
Meadow Vista, CA 95722
Hunter Industries manufactures innovative irrigation and low voltage lighting products while providing the highest quality service to our industry. Our water and energy conservation products provide a wide range of applications from low volume irrigation, to match soil intake rates, to high efficient LED lighting. Our weather and soil moisture based irrigation controllers not only allow for precise zone control in the landscape, they can accurately control each lighting zone providing safety and beauty at night.
1442 A Walnut Street, #80
Berkeley, CA 94709
800-282-6676 - fax 310-919-3161
Malibu Compost sells certified biodynamic compost and compost tea bags.
We offer actively aerated compost tea spraying services.
We consult on soil rejuvenation using organic and biodynamic techniques for residential and commercial landscapes.
Actively aerated compost tea is an effective alternative to toxic treatments, and restores ecological balance to plants and soil.
Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc.
2121 Second St. Suite B-107
Davis, CA 95618
530-750-2800 - fax 530-750-2808
Marrone Bio Innovations (MBI) discovers, develops and markets effective and environmentally responsible products that fill unmet needs for plant disease, weed, and invasive pest management. MBI currently markets Regalia® for control of fungal and bacterial diseases of both food and ornamental crops. The company has an impressive pipeline of new products coming, including two insecticides and two herbicides. For more information visit www.marronebioinnovations.com.
| Metamorphic Press
PO Box 412
Occidental, CA 95465
707-874-2606 - fax 707-874-1550
Meet author and publisher Robert Kourik. He will be selling his three most popular books: "designing and maintaining
Your Edible Landscape Naturally,"
"Drip Irrigation for Every Landscape and All Climates" and "Roots Demystified". His blog, Garden Roots (http://robertkouriksgardenroots.blogspot.com/), is an excellent source of information and ideas for advanced horticulturalists from an “on the ground” perspective. Robert is also a landscape consultant and designer with over 30 years of experience in California.
| Netafim USA
5470 Home Ave.
Fresno, CA 93727
559-287-7929 - fax 916-817-1843
Netafim USA offers the most technologically advanced and environmentally sound micro-irrigation products for Landscpae & Turf, Agriculture, Greenhouse & Nursery, Mining and Wastewater applicatons.. From Techline and Techlite dripperline to dripperline accessories - our complete line of low volume products are designed to irrigate virtually any area in a residential, commercial or municipal environment using half the amount of water required by conventional irrigation systems. Netafim USA’s low volume, drip or dripperline irrigation, slowly, and steadily applies water on the soil surface, near the plant, or in the ground, delivered directly to the root zone. This results in a wide variety of advantages:
--Water savings – anywhere from 30% to 70% of water normally used with overhead sprays, oscillators or rotors
--Healthier plants – often growing to maturity as much as 50% faster – and doing so with less disease
--Operates at an 85% to 95% efficiency range
--Cost effective: decreased labor to install and maintain plus lower overall material costs
--Easy to design with, layout and install.
| Pacific Landscapes, Inc.
P.O. Box 481
Sebastopol, CA 95473
Pacific Landscapes, Inc. is a full service landscape management company specializing in SOILS MANAGEMENT, providing organic and biologic soil fertility programs, cultured biological inoculants "Compost Tea", trace mineral soil amendments, enzyme catalysts and secondary metabolite co-factors designed to produce HIGH BRIX healthy crops.
|Peaceful Valley Farm Supply
P.O. Box 2209
Grass Valley, CA 95945
530-272-4769 or 888-784-1722
Peaceful Valley Farm Supply has been promoting organic sustainable agriculture for over a quarter of a century (since 1976) as one of the very first and few ventures in the country to offer organic supplies. We carry everything you need to grow organically (over 3,000 items): one of the best selection of natural fertilizers, weed & pest controls (including beneficial insects), a huge assortment of organic or open-pollinated seeds & transplants (vegetables, herbs, flowers, cover crops, native grasses, pasture & lawn, wildflowers, bare-root fruit trees & berries, potato, onion, garlic...), season extenders (greenhouses, cold frames, row covers & shade cloth), composting supplies, growing & propagating supplies, soil testing & monitoring instruments, drip irrigation & watering supplies, quality pruning & gardening tools and books.
At www.groworganic.com, where you can order on-line, you can request (or Download ) our free 144 page catalog packed with tips and detailed information about our extensive product line. You may also call us for the catalog to be sent via mail.
|Perfect Blend Organics
188 106th Ave. NE, Suite 401
Bellevue, WA 98004
425-456-8890 / 866-456-8890 - fax 425-456-8889
Perfect Blend Organics is the world leader in research and development of organic soil fertility. For over 160 years agriculture has focused on chemicals as the means to enhance crop yields and production. Now, we know that biology is the true engine of the soil. Through extensive research and development we have been able to design and begin the patent process for the next generation of soil fertility products known as biotic fertility. We invite you to join us as we enter upon an incredible journey as we make agriculture history with biotic fertilizers.
Sacramento Municipal Utility District - SMUD
6301 S Street, Mail Stop A203
Sacramento, CA 95817
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District was founded with the idea that providing electric power to Sacramento was a job best done by a public utility overseen by an elected board of directors. For 60 years, we've done just that, providing Sacramento County (and a small part of Placer County) with a reliable source of electricity at competitive rates that are consistently lower than investor-owned utilities in the state.As the sixth largest publicly owned utility in the country in terms of customers served, our innovative energy programs are known throughout the state, nation and world. SMUD's purpose is to provide solutions for meeting our customers' electrical energy needs. Our vision is to be a leader in customer satisfaction and a positive force in promoting community benefits.
In partnership with the Sacramento Tree Foundation, SMUD provides SMUD residential customers with free shade trees to plant around homes. Once properly placed shade trees mature, SMUD residential customers can save as much as 40 percent on their summer electric bills, and help conserve energy during SMUD's peak usage period. Shade trees also improve our air quality, provide beauty and privacy, improve property values, and absorb storm runoff. Since the program inception in 1990, SMUD’s Shade Tree program has planted more than ½ million shade trees in SMUD’s service territory. To get started, call the Sacramento Tree Foundation directly, at 916-924-TREE (8733) or go online atwww.SMUD.org (then search for shade trees in the search box) to set up a visit from a community forester.
Sacramento Tree Foundation and Woodland Tree Foundation
191 Lathrop Way, Suite D,
Sacramento, CA 95815
Building Sacramento's urban forest and creating a legacy of trees. The Sacramento Tree Foundation is a nonprofit who's mission is to grow healthy, livable communities in the Sacramento region by building the best regional urban forest in the nation. We are leading the effort to plant 5 million trees in our region.
The Watershed Nursery
601 Canal Blvd. Suite A
Richmond, CA 94804
The Watershed Nursery is a bay area nursery offering a wide selection of site-specific and drought tolerant California native plants. We also provide custom grown plant material and select habitat enhancement services. The Watershed Nursery is conveniently located from anywhere in the Bay Area.
University of California Cooperative Extension
Mr. Chuck Ingels
4145 Branch Center Rd.
Sacramento, CA 95827-3823
Cooperative Extension is the county-based educational and research branch of the UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Our mission is to provide science-based research, education, and public service in agriculture, horticulture, natural resources, youth development, food & nutrition, and food safety. Our horticulture programs focus on demonstrating and promoting River-Friendly (sustainable) Landscaping practices through workshops, the turf demonstration project, and the Fair Oaks Horticulture Center.
4265 Duluth Ave.
Rocklin, CA 95765
800-994-8775 fax - 916-652-4652
Vermicrop Organics manufactures premium soils and amendments for professional arborists to home hobbyist to professional landscapers. All of our products are natural and organic and created in a way with the least impact possible on our environment. The focus of our product development is improving the horticultural industry with goods inspired with nature.
Back to EcoLandscape 2012 Conference page Travel and Accommodations Information
Trade Show and Sponsorship Information Our Speakers
Back to Top of this Page