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Speaker: Dean Minchillo, Extension Program Specialist II

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    My Educational Programs / Sessions @ Nursery/Landscape EXPO

    TCEQ CEU Session: Drought-Driven Change
    Wednesday, August 9 -- 8:55 AM - 9:55 AM

    The drought in Texas continues to persist and its impacts on the Green Industry are long-lasting. Now is the time to change our way of thinking and methodology on how we approach landscaping to adopt water-smart technology. During this session, you will gain an overview of how climate is impacting the future of landscape design in Texas and tips on what your business can do now to work smarter using water-saving technology practices.

    TCEQ CEU Session: Commercial Landscape Irrigation – Helping Customers with their Water Use
    Wednesday, August 9 -- 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM

    Water bills can be a large expense for today’s customers. Discover ways you can help your clients improve landscape water efficiency with better design, including uniformity, equipment selection and technology. Dean Minchillo is an extension program specialist II with the Urban WISH team. In his role, Dean combines his expertise in water conservation and passion for the environment to build sustainable extension programs that support the Texas A&M AgriLife mission by delivering research-based, locally relevant and beneficial programing to promote the protection of Texas’ natural resources. Dean has close to 20 years of experience working with water conservation program development, management and implementation with some of the most active organizations in Texas.


         

    Dean Minchillo, Extension Program Specialist II  
    Dean Minchillo is an extension program specialist II with the Urban WISH team. In his role, Dean combines his expertise in water conservation and passion for the environment to build sustainable extension programs that support the Texas A&M AgriLife mission by delivering research-based, locally relevant and beneficial programing to promote the protection of Texas’ natural resources. Dean has close to 20 years of experience working with water conservation program development, management and implementation with some of the most active organizations in Texas.


    Texas A&M AgriLife -- Urban agriculture & forestry, water & land resources, healthy living
    The Texas A&M AgriLife Center at Dallas is a scientific research campus and headquarters for public teaching. Texas A&M AgriLife researchers and extension specialists at Dallas work to advance three areas: urban agriculture and forestry, water and land resources, and healthy living.



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