We are back from the iLandscape 2022 Show and Energized!

iLandscape 2022 Show

Balanced Enviroments

February 21, 2022

Here are a few of the best moments from the show with the BEI team.

We Won!

iLandscape 2022 ShowOur Sales team was proud to accept the ILCA Gold Award for Commercial Landscape Maintenance for Covenant Living of Northbrook. This sprawling retirement community landscape management includes hundreds of large trees, ornamentals, formal hedges, perennials, seasonal color rotations and acres and acres of turf care.

We would like to thank the Academy

No, actually we would like to thank the tireless BEI crews that helped us win this amazing award with their hard daily effort at Covenant Living of Northbrook. It takes a team and BEI’s production staff team is second-to-none. Their attention to detail and constant communication create beautiful properties that win us all really cool awards!

Bringing in the Next Generation

Jessica Flatley of Chicago received the Denny R. Church Memorial Scholarship – a $5000 Scholarship awarded by the Church Family and organized by Bruce Church of Balanced Environments.

The Denny R. Church scholarship is presented to deserving students in full and part-time horticulture-related degree programs.
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iLandscape 2022 ShowThe BEI delegation was on hand to celebrate Jessica’s scholarship presentation.

We wished her the best as she finishes her formal education and offered mentorship in the recruitment process.

Lets Recap

BEI was eager to spend three days of networking, renewing friendships, celebrating wins, volunteering and growing the landscape industry at iLandscape. It is the largest green event in the midwest. There are 450 trade booths, exhibitors, entertainment, education and prizes for our passionate landscape professionals to enjoy. Check out some of the photos from the event.

Cannot wait to see you all again next year!

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