Partners and Resources

We encourage you to visit the websites of our landscaping industry partners and resources. We're providing their information below. Click on each logo to be taken to their website. Contact us if you need additional help.​

Industry Partners
Arizona Association of Community Managers (AACM)

AACM is a professional organization dedicated to promoting a positive understanding of community associations and the contribution of professional management services in the development, establishment and maintenance of high-quality, well-managed neighborhoods.

Arizona Community Tree Council, Inc.
The Arizona Community Tree Council, Inc. is a non-profit organization that promotes communication and the exchange of information about trees and the essential role they play in the well being of all Arizona communities.

Arizona Landscape Contractors' Association (ALCA)
ALCA is an Arizona trade association dedicated to providing the education and government representation resulting in the enhanced professionalism of members and the public's perception of Landscape Contractors and the Green Industry.

Arizona Nursery Association

The Arizona Nursery Association (AZNA) was established in 1959. One of the many purposes of the AZNA is to help educate on better horticultural practices, as well as to promote a culture of high standards within the industry.

Community Associations Institute (CAI)

The Central Arizona Chapter of the CAI is one of the larger chapters in the CAI and was created to help community associations meet the expectations of their residents. One of the primary duties of the CAI-CAC is to promote laws and regulations that support the effective management and self-governance of homeowner associations.

The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA)
​ISA is a worldwide professional organization dedicated to fostering a greater appreciation for trees and to promoting research, technology, and the professional practice of arboriculture.

WaterSense Partners
​WaterSense is a program that helps protect the future of our nation´s water supply by promoting water efficiency and enhancing the market for water-efficient products, programs, and practices.

Resources

Arizona Municipal Supply Water Users Association (AMWUA)

AMWUA is a non-profit corporation governed by a Board of Directors composed of mayors and council members representing its ten member cities and towns. For nearly half a century, AMWUA has worked to protect our members' ability to provide assured, safe and sustainable water supplies to their communities

Boyce Thompson Arboretum

The Mission of Boyce Thompson Arboretum is to instill in people an appreciation of plants through the fostering of educational, recreational, research, and conservation opportunities associated with arid-land plants

City of Mesa, Arizona
The City of Mesa web site features valuable information about water conservation. Help conserve water by taking advantage of this tremendous resource.​

Desert Botanical Garden
This is a wonderful botanical garden committed to the advance of excellence in education, research, exhibition and conservation of desert plants form all over the world.

Irrigation Association
Since 1949, Irrigation Association members worldwide have worked toward a shared vision - water conservation through efficient irrigation.

Landscape Plants for the Arizona Desert Online
Landscape Plants for the Arizona Desert is a necessary resource for anyone looking for drought tolerant and low-water-use plants. 

National Weather Service Forecast Office, Phoenix
If you like to track local weather, this is a great resource. The National Weather Service provides weather and climate forecasts for local communities in the United States. Use this link to check the current weather conditions and forecasts for Phoenix.

University of Arizona, Cooperative Extension
Interested in home horticulture? Use this resource to learn more about environmentally responsible gardening and landscaping in the low desert.

Water Use It Wisely
This site offers hundreds of ways to save water, desert landscape guides, educational tools, a family water audit, suggested low water use plants, and much more.