A Cal Poly Pomona team finished in eighth place at the 2017 National Collegiate Landscape Competition.
The team was one of 60 that competed in the three-day contest, held March 15-18 at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. The National Association of Landscape Professionals, the trade association for the landscape industry, organizes the event, which is designed to help nurture the next generation of industry talent.
The competition included contests in different landscaping industry skills, including skid steer operation precision tests, arboriculture techniques, races to design 3-D landscape design models, small engine repair contents, and flower, plant and foliage identification quizzes.
BYU won the competition. Cal Poly Pomona finished ahead …