Saturday, August 29, 2015

Top Stories

On the fringe

By Mark Battersby

Certain perks can be used as magnets to find and keep good employees. More

Heavy duty

By Kate Spirgen

Strategies for pricing the big jobs and handling your largest pieces of equipment. More

GIE+EXPO continues to expand

By Lawn & Landscape

The show will co-locate with HNA again, and both will feature new opportunities for attendees. More

After the storm

By Kristen Hampshire

Landscape firms share how they run disaster response, storm cleanup and water damage prevention services. More

Diamonds are a hardscaper’s best friend

By Katie Tuttle

When using a masonry saw, it’s important to recognize that it’s not like a wood saw. More

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Latest News

Terex releases new GEN2 machine

The R265T compact track loader is the newest member of the line-up. More

Plantscapers acquires company

Along with expanding into the Palm Springs region, the company also launched a new website. More

Husqvarna Group makes appointment

Anders Johanson will be the SVP Technology Office and CTO. More

NALP announces new ambassadors

Lemcke, Sexton and Hillenmeyer have each pledged $25,000 to student scholarships. More

Mid-Atlantic STIHL makes new hire

Genie McClain brings more than 20 years of experience to the role of marketing manager. More

Judge blocks EPA rule

President Obama's push would have extended clean water rules to ditches and small streams. More

PACE expands warehousing

With four warehouses, the company's space has now increased to 205,000 sq. ft. 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