Where are some good places to educate myself on hardscaping? I have a few guys in my crew with hardscaping experience who are really wanting to do hardscaping work, and some customers looking to install some hardscaping work. It seems like the perfect set up, but I don't feel comfortable having my guys do the work without me feeling 100% about all the details. So far I've educated myself by: 1. Taking a few hardscaping courses at Rutgers University, including pavers (2x), retaining walls, and kitchens/firepits 2. Attending two techo-bloc trade shows 3. Attending a smaller local trade show where they held a paver class and an outdoor firepit course. 4. Attempting to work with another landscaper friend to pick up a little experience (free labor in exchange for education), but it didn't work out (His methods for installation go against everything I've learned so far, which confused me further.) Honestly, I've learned a lot but even looking at the potential jobs I have unanswered questions about how to proceed. I'm very particular with my jobs and do not want to screw one up. I've looked into ICPI, but there is nothing nearby, and honestly I don't completely understand their program. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.