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Prepare for permits

6/27/2014

Recycled water is an eco-friendly and cost-effective option, once you get past the paperwork. More

Reclaiming water security

6/27/2014

Harvesting rainwater can be a great way to cut costs and add a reliable water source on the golf course. More

Waste not, want not

6/27/2014

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation headquarters is a pioneer in water conservation. More

Step-by-step budget building

4/22/2014

Two ASIC members discuss their real-world budget strategies. More

Top budget busters

4/22/2014

Answer these two questions for your clients to look smarter and more professional. More

How to avoid sticker shock

4/22/2014

Help your clients not freak out with a few simple strategies. More

A daughter's question

12/19/2013

After seeing a movie with his little girl, John A. Taylor decided to change his business. More

He's a believer

12/19/2013

After doubting the power of social media, John A. Taylor is now completely on board. More

Making sense

12/19/2013

Taylor Irrigation Service was the first Texas company to win the EPA WaterSense Partner of the Year Award. More

Obstacles you can't control

11/21/2013

Landtech has dealt with weather extremes with proactive communication with customers. More

The rebranding experience

11/21/2013

Changing your look can mean a boost to business. More

Good eats

11/21/2013

Landtech lent its services to help build a community garden. More

Breaking down the standard for landscape plant water requirements

11/4/2013

Brent Mecham, IA’s industry development director, translates the plan for the average irrigation contractor. More

The bite to water conservation's bark

10/14/2013

Patrick Crais built Blue Watchdog Conservation to helps others learn how to conserve water. More

A happy marriage

10/14/2013

Patrick Crais uses technology whenever he can. More

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Top news

EPA settles with DuPont

The company will pay a penalty to resolve alleged violations of pesticide reporting and distribution laws.

The dangling carrot

Eric Barrett uses incentives to keep his workers motivated and his company growing.

Rebates for redesigns

To help water conservation efforts, a program is giving support for landscape conversions.

Free event at GIE+EXPO

Dixie Chopper is hosting a party for commercial contractors.

The fine art of family business

We talked to family-run operations about how they managed through ownership changes and leadership transitions.

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