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Professional Webinar Series


2022 Webinar Schedule and Registration

Webinar and CEU FAQ

Webinar CEUs by License

Recorded Webinars

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The webinar series for professionals provides free, science-based information on topics of interest to green industry professionals, landscape architects, community association managers, and others.

Note: There is no charge for attending the FFL Professional Landscape Series, but there is a $10 administration fee to receive a certificate for continuing education.


2022 Webinar Schedule

Click a webinar title below to register.

Schedule is best viewed in landscape mode. Or, see the CEUs by License section below.  

DateWebinar Topic and Registration LinkFFLCP,
FNGLA
LA
(DBPR)

ISAFWSLIAFFDACS
LF, LCLM, LLO,
CLO, O&T
Jan 11 Turf and Landscape Disease Update – Dr. Phil Harmon
  *
Feb 8 Residential Landscape Management – Dr. AJ Reisinger
  *
Mar 8 Irrigation Technology for Water Conservation – Dr. Michael Dukes
  *
Apr 12 From Your Landscape to Your Table - Dr. Norma Samuel *     * *
May 10 Pond Maintenance  – Dr. Kevin Korus
  *
Jun 14 New Landscape Pests – Dr. Adam Dale
  *
Jul 12 Pruning and Young Tree Training – Dr. Andrew Koeser
*   *
Aug 9 Turf Management to Protect the EnvironmentDr. Alex Lindsey
  *
Sep 13 Living Shorelines Dr. Savanna Barry
  *
Oct 11 It’s All About the Roots and Proper Tree Planting – Dr. Ryan Klein
  * *
Nov 8 Mangroves Coming to a Neighborhood Near You – Alyssa Vinson * *
Dec 13 Color in the Landscape – Dr. Gail Hansen   *
*Approval of continuing education credit for some professional certifications/licenses is pending. This list will be updated when approvals are received. In the meantime, we cannot guarantee the credits marked * will be available.

Abbreviation Key

FFLCP Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Certified Professional
FNGLA Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association
LA Landscape Architecture
DBPR Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation
ISA International Society of Arboriculture
FWS Florida Water Star
LIAF Landscape Inspectors Association of Florida

 

FDACS Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
LF Limited Urban Fertilizer
LCLM Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance
LLO Limited Lawn and Ornamental
CLO Commercial Lawn & Ornamental
O&T Ornamental & Turf Pest Control

Webinar and CEU FAQ

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: When will I receive the link to join the webinar?

    A: You will receive an email directly from Zoom one day and one hour before the event.


    Q: Is there a charge for the webinar?

    A: The FFL Professional Landscape Webinars are free. There is a $10 administration fee for the CEU. Follow this link to make payment to receive a CEU certificate.


    Q: Are the webinars recorded?

    A: Yes, all webinars are recorded and can be found in the Recorded Webinars section below.


    Q: How come I don’t see the webinar recording?

    A: The webinar recordings usually will be uploaded within two weeks of the event. If you still do not see the recording contact clairelewis@ufl.edu.


    Q: How do I know which CEUs are available for each webinar?

    A: The available CEUs are listed next to the topic on the webinar schedule.


    Q: I have paid for the CEU. When will I get my certificate?

    A: You will receive the CEU certificate 7-10 business days after the webinar. If you don’t receive the certificate, contact clairelewis@ufl.edu.


    Q: What if I attended the webinar but have not paid for the CEU credit?

    A: Follow this link to provide payment and license information. Be sure to indicate the correct webinar/date that you attended and be prepared to provide your license number.


For more CEU options, see FFL Online Courses


Find Webinar CEUs for Your License

Click the buttons below to see and register for webinars approved for each license. 

If you would like to receive a CEU certificate for a webinar you attended, please follow the link below to request CEUs and pay the $10 administrative fee.

FFL Webinar CEU Payment

CEUS by License

CEUs by FDACS Categories


Recorded Webinars

lawn with brown patches Turf and Landscape Disease Update - January 11, 2022
Dr. Phil Harmon, UF/IFAS professor of plant pathology, provides an update on common turf and landscape diseases, including plant pathology review, diagnosis, disease identification, and diagnostic tips and tricks for common diseases.
Shade Landscaping - December 14, 2021
Dr. Gail Hansen, UF/IFAS Environmental Horticulture Associate Professor, presents ideas for shady landscapes, including shade-tolerant plant combinations, the use of hardscape, and adding color to the garden.
FFL Certification Programs – November 9, 2021
Claire Lewis, Florida-Friendly Communities Statewide Coordinator, discusses the Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Program and the resources, training, recognitions and certifications that are available.
native hibiscus flower Underutilized Natives - October 12, 2021
Dr. Sandy Wilson, UF/IFAS Professor in the Department of Environmental Horticulture, provides overview of attractive and functional ornamental native species that are underutilized in our landscapes.
Tree barricade site clearing Soil Amendments Research Overview - September 14, 2021
Dr. Eban Bean, UF/IFAS Assistant Professor in the Department of Agriculture and Biological Engineering, provides guidance and discusses the benefits of incorporating organic amendments into urban soils.
Image with bees Creating Pollinator Habitat - August 10, 2021
Dr. Rachel Mallinger, UF/IFAS Assistant Professor in the Department of Entomology and Nematology, provides tips on how to attract bees to your landscape and how to select and design for bee-friendly landscapes.
Tree on a car Hurricane Resilient Trees - July 13, 2021
Dr. Ryan Klein, UF/IFAS Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Horticulture, reviews trees that have performed well in past hurricanes and how to locate trees to have a better chance of surviving storms.
Palm frond with damage Key Plants - Key Pests - June 8, 2021
Dr. Taylor Clem, UF/IFAS Extension Alachua County. This presentation will help identify common pest issues on some of our favorite landscape plants making it easier to watch for their signs and treat in their early stages.
New Pest Update - May 11, 2021
Dr. Adam Dale, UF/IFAS Assistant Professor of Turfgrass and Ornamental Entomology, covers recent and emerging key insect pests of turfgrasses and ornamental plants and new integrated pest management strategies to reduce pests in turf.
New Turf Varieties - April 13, 2021
Dr. Kevin Kenworthy introduces new landscape cultivars of St. Augustinegrass and an upcoming new zoysiagrass and discusses their performance and issues. Dr. Kenworthy is a UF/IFAS turfgrass researcher and professor.
UF/IFAS Assessment and the Prevention of Biological Invasions in Florida's Natural Areas - March 16, 2021
Dr. Deah Lieurance, Assistant Extension Scientist with the UF/IFAS Agronomy Department, gives a short course on invasive species and the UF/IFAS Assessment of Non-Native Species.
Palm nutrition Palm Nutrition - March 9, 2021
Dr. Kimberly Moore discusses common nutrient deficiencies in palms and why they occur as well as how to identify and how to correct them. Dr. Moore is a Professor and Associate Director at UF/IFAS Fort Lauderdale Reasearch and Education Center.
Marvelous Magnolias - February 9, 2021
Dr. Gary Knox discusses a number of different magnolia species and cultivars, covering ornamental qualities, tree size, form, growth rate and cultural requirements. Dr. Knox is a UF/IFAS Environmental Horticulture Professor and Extension Specialist.
Introduction to Green (Stormwater) Infrastructure - January 12, 2021
Dr. Eban Bean, UF/IFAS Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist in urban stormwater management, covers a brief history of stormwater management, terminology, GSI approach, practices and examples, as well as helpful resources.
Landscaping for Climate Change - December 8, 2020
UF professors Dr. Gail Hansen and Mike Volk discuss urban ecology and the impact of human activities, risk assessment tools, performance data for sustainable landscapes, and green infrastructure and novel landscape practices.
Common Installation Mistakes - November 10, 2020
Erin Alvarez, a lecturer in the UF/IFAS Environmental Horticulture Department, presents how to avoid common landscape design and installation issues in commercial and residential landscapes.
Soil Health - October 13, 2020
Learn more about soil health and how to manage and improve it in your landscape from Dr. Rao Mylavarapu, UF/IFAS Soil and Water Science Professor.
Pond Design and Maintenance - September 8, 2020
Dr. Gail Hansen, UF/IFAS Environmental Horticulture, and Michele Atkinson, UF/IFAS Extension Manatee County, share best practicts to create and manage healthy ponds.
Tree Resiliency BMPs for Storm Season - August 11, 2020
Avoid costly and dangerous damage with right tree right place choices and best practices for tree maintenance, design and installation. Learn tree BMPs from Dr. Michael Orfanedes, UF/IFAS Broward County Extension Agent.
Selecting and Establishing Turfgrass - July 14, 2020
People have many questions about growing turfgrass in Florida. Join Dr. Laurie Trenholm to learn more about the various types of turfgrass you can choose and how to get this new lawn off to a great start.
Fertilizer Recommendations in a Time of Blackouts - June 9, 2020
Many areas of Florida have instituted a summer blackout period where nitrogen and phosphorous fertilizer may not be applied. Dr. Bryan Unruh discusses product selection and timing to deal with this new normal.
Smart Irrigation Technology - May 19, 2020
Dr. Michael Dukes discusses the products and practices for irrigation systems to help conserve water while also properly irrigating our landscapes.
BMPs for dealing with invasive plants in the landscape - April 14, 2020
Invasive plants are problematic in Florida landscaping. Dr. Stephen Enloe, UF/IFAS Agronomy Department and the Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants, helps the landscape practitioner understand best management practices for addressing some of the most troublesome invasive plants.
New Landscape Pests - October 29, 2019
Dr. Adam Dale from the UF/IFAS Entomology and Nematology Dept.discusses new pests and potential threats to our landscape trees, turf and plants.
Lethal Bronzing Disease Update - July 15, 2019
Dr. Brian Bahder from the UF/IFAS Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center discusses the history of the disease in Florida, how it is spread, ways to diagnose and monitor its progression and the future outlook for our palms.