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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

Let there be light

10/14/2013

The skills it takes to work in water conservation are similar to those needed for outdoor lighting. More

Spread your roots

9/20/2013

Elizabeth River Landscape Management started subbing its irrigation work, but finally gained the confidence to bring it in-house. More

Giving back

9/20/2013

Jason Fawcett and his team at Elizabeth River Landscape Management appreciate community support, and gladly return the favor. More

Fore!

9/20/2013

Golf course management is a good fit at Elizabeth River Landscape Management. More

The waiting game

8/6/2013

Customers wants instant savings from water conservation, and the team at Gachina Landscape Management knows how to handle that impatience. More

Follow the rules

8/6/2013

Gachina helps clients achieve and maintain their LEED Certification status by satisfying specific requirements. More

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Top news

The paper trail

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Survey reveals latest landscape trends

ASLA found landscape architects expected native plants to have the highest consumer demand.

Ruppert Landscape promotes branch manager

The position is a direct result of a new branch opening in Washington, D.C.

Committed to quality

Generations of owners at Toms Creek Nursery & Landscaping have stayed true to their family roots.

Immigration and the green industry

Craig Regelbrugge shares his predictions for immigration reform and how it will affect the green industry.

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