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Existing Irrigation Plans

Oct 22, 2012

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October 22, 2012 View this email in your browser.

Existing Irrigation Plans Webinar

Presented by David Farmer

Irrigation Webinar
One of the hardest irrigation design problems is doing a plan that works with an existing system, either adding to it or working with an existing system in some way.  There are tools and tricks in Land F/X that help in this delicate and difficult process.  This webinar will show how to plan for future phases of a design, how to expand from an existing system you produced and one you did not produce, and graphic and data displays that would help to show how to save water on an existing system.

This webinar will begin Friday at 10am PST, 1pm EST.
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New Family Members

Welcome Jeremy, Dennis, Josh, Susan, and Kenneth! 

Saying Good-bye to a Long Time Family Member

Today, we had found out that one of our earliest clients, Jim Sell, has recently passed. He had been using our software for over 6 years and during that time, we did get to know him. He was a great man and a great Landscape Architect. We are very sad to see him go and we send our condolences to his family and co-workers.
It's FREE training!

November Webinar Schedule

With things starting to slow down in Fall and Winter, make sure to take advantage of the free training we offer. Here is the upcoming November Webinar Schedule.
  • November 2nd - No Webinar, Irrigation Association Expo
  • November 9th - University Presentation (presented by Jeremiah Farmer)
  • November 16th - Showing Off F/X CAD 2013
  • November 23rd - No Webinar, Happy Thanksgiving!
  • November 30th - Manufacturer Spotlight: Baseline
If you can't make it on Friday, we do post the recordings on our Video Page. You can now watch Getting Started, or Lifecycle of a Project. 
University of Guelph students

University Trip 

Jeremiah is finally back from his university sweep covering Texas A&M, Ohio State, University of Georgia, Kansas State, Purdue, LSU, West Virginia, Ball State, and University of Guelph (let us know if we went to your alumni school!). He was very excited to meet all the students and faculty, and show them what Land F/X is capable of.  Perhaps his favorite overheard quote was from a student at the University of Guelph, "When I think of all the thousands of hours I wasted with AutoCAD, I wish I had known about Land F/X!"

Image above: Ball State University
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