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IA launches new Water Features and Lake Management CIG

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The new CIG will provide a forum for IA members to discuss new technologies.

| April 21, 2014

FALLS CHURCH, Va. – The Irrigation Association has introduced a Water Features and Lake Management Common Interest Group.

Created to support the pond industry, the new CIG will provide a forum for IA members to discuss new technologies, identify training and certification opportunities, collect best practices, and brainstorm ways to help pond professionals grow their businesses.

“We are happy to support the water features and lake management community,” said IA President Warren Thoma. “They have been long-time members of this association and are an important related industry for many irrigation professionals.”

For more information or to get involved, contact Water Features and Lake Management CIG Chair Paul Amos (Amos Sales Associates, Ltd.) or IA Business Development Director Scott Hersh.
 

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