Irrigation & Lighting Changing the Landscape Awards open for entry

Irrigation & Lighting magazine has opened its Changing the Landscape Awards program for this year’s entries. 
The awards highlight exceptional work done across two categories with features in an upcoming print edition. The deadline for entry is July 1.

Irrigation & Lighting magazine, Fairfax, Virginia, has opened its Changing the Landscape Awards program for this year’s entries. 

The Changing the Landscape Awards recognize outstanding professional work done by irrigation and lighting industry professionals with winners’ projects featured in both print and online.  

Contractors can submit projects in one of two categories: Irrigation, sponsored by Hunter Industries, and Landscape lighting, sponsored by Brilliance LED. The application deadline is July 1. 

Professionals should submit projects that faced unexpected or unique challenges or produced unparalleled results for clients.  

“This program highlights the best, most impressive examples of irrigation and lighting work,” says Kyle Brown, Irrigation & Lighting editor-in-chief. “Last year’s winners covered a huge smart controller upgrade project that improved water use for hundreds of homeowners, and a landscape lighting installation that required precise drilling expertise. This year, we’re looking forward to seeing what the absolute best in the industry have produced.” 

Any projects within the two Changing the Landscape categories that were completed or had follow-up work done during 2022 are eligible for entry at Irrigation & Lighting’s website. Submitted projects will be judged and winners will be selected by the Irrigation & Lighting Editorial Committee. Entrants will need to include information about the scope of the project and what made the work stand out as one of their best products in the past year. They will also need to provide high-resolution images of the project’s finished stage. Contractors may submit multiple projects, but each project can only be submitted to a single category. 

Read more about last year’s winning projects, which were featured in the July 2022 issue of Irrigation & Lighting. Enter projects for this year’s contest online. 

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