Thursday, September 03, 2015

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Highly qualified

By Kate Spirgen

Experienced and well-trained operators keep heavy equipment safe. More

Companies unite under one name

Yellowstone Landscape will be the new brand name for Austin Outdoor and BIO Landscape. More

GIE+EXPO and HNA roll out new apps

Go EXPO and Go HNA will give users easy access to schedules, floor plan, exhibitor info and more. More

Acquistions from the buyer's perspective

By Brian Horn

Jim Huston’s summer brainstorming session focused on the ups and downs of buying companies and also included an inside look at one of L&L’s Top 100 companies. More

Orange County honors local landscapers

The 2015 Beautification Awards were given to 17 local contractors. More

Product Spotlight

Sidewalker

LAKE MILLS, Wisc. – Installing short utility runs beneath landscaping, driveways and sidewalks can be done with the redesigned Sidewalker... More

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Companies unite under one name

Yellowstone Landscape will be the new brand name for Austin Outdoor and BIO Landscape. More

GIE+EXPO and HNA roll out new apps

Go EXPO and Go HNA will give users easy access to schedules, floor plan, exhibitor info and more. More

Upcoming happy hours

The Ohio Landscape Association will hold two happy hours this month in Columbus and Mentor. More

Herbicide now available in 1-quart

Defendor specialty herbicide can also be purchased in a "Value Pak" with Dimension 2EW. More

Orange County honors local landscapers

The 2015 Beautification Awards were given to 17 local contractors. More

Upcoming education event

The Resilient Landscaping event in Fresno will feature professionals from different industry organizations. More

Living landscapes matter

Share this OPEI infographic with your customers to educate them on the benefits of a lawn. 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

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