Wednesday, July 08, 2015

Top Stories

Where to drain all that rain

By Hilary Daninhirsch

If you work in an area that has too much water, then don’t let it go to waste. More

Coming into bloom

By Kristen Hampshire

Micah and Lauren Bloom’s business collaboration is a design/build firm with a concrete construction base and a sweet spot for creating just-right spaces. More

Things that make you go ‘hmm’

By Marty Grunder

The way you treat your clients is a direct result of the culture you have at your organization. More

Limit risk with diversification

By Mike Callahan

Snow and ice removal companies that diversify their contracts stand out in their market. More

Get to the good stuff

By Brock McRea

When it comes to hiring, make sure to focus on the most important part: interviewing. More

Product Spotlight

PTX40 Service Plow

PELLA, Iowa – Vermeer has introduced a new walk-beside service plow with trencher for contractors who need a machine that can work in tight... More

Latest News

Oldcastle Architectural acquires companies

Anchor Block Company and Anchor Wall Systems join the company's other brands. More

Growing Innovations launches NGAG

The advisory group provides education and support for natural grass sport surfaces. More

Contractor arrested for failing to pay workers

The owner of Double "O" Landscaping is accused of not paying overtime for services done in 2011-14. More

Water theft on the rise

The drought in California means you should keep a close eye on your water resources. More

Landscaper reports stolen equipment

Groundwork Lawn and Landscaping had $50,000 worth of equipment taken last week. More

Turf Asset launches website

The web-based storefront is for professional turf managers who prefer online buying. More

Word to the water-wise

By Dawn Hummel

Plants for drought-weary growers, landscapers and consumers. More

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Follow the current

Water expert Richard Restuccia gives us a first-hand account of the impact of the drought in California, and what it means for the national landscape industry in the future. Landscapers need to take advantage of the opportunity and present themselves as the solution to the drought, not the cause. More