Larry has an unparalleled passion for sustainability in the truest sense. I have been fortunate to work alongside him and continue to look to him for guidance and how to find the best solution for customers. Larry's experience is a true asset to any project. However, it is his commitment to continuous learning that separates him in the industry. As someone not satisfied with a short-term solution; if you are looking for long term viability and ultimately more cost effective answers you will not be disappointed in working with Larry to better your site and valued asset."
- Lucas Castor, Director of Growth and Marketing - Chapel Valley Landscape Company
"I have known Larry for many years. Dependable, knowledgeable, team-oriented and wise are but a few words that describe Larry. With a 'get it done' and supportive attitude, Larry has always been successful at leading and motivating others and project management. Larry's integrity is second to none. I cannot imagine anyone being displeased working with or simply befriending Larry."
- Joe Hobson, President & COO at Midwest Trading Horticultural Supplies
"Larry Cammarata has been teaching the Water Conservation in the Landscape course in the Horticulture Program at College of DuPage since fall 2013. Larry is a passionate individual who has made it his mission to teach people the importance of the plant-water-soil continuum. He has set a goal of teaching all in the green industry the importance of sustainability and water management.
Larry has also volunteered his time freely to work with our students to prepare them for the irrigation design and installation competitions at the Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) Student Career Days. Larry also serves as a judge at the national competition and willingly mentors students.
Larry is currently working with us to expand our course offerings in the area of irrigation and water conservation. Larry is an enthusiastic individual who can add a lot to any organization by sharing his extensive knowledge of sustainability and water management."
- Brian Clement, Horticulture Instructor College of DuPage