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  • LM150: Checking in with Larry Yaffa of Brilar July 1, 2020
    Larry Yaffa, CEO of Detroit-based Brilar, sits down with LM Senior Editor Abby Hart to talk about how […] The post LM150: Checking in with Larry Yaffa of Brilar appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Abby Hart
  • Sperber Landscape Cos. partners with Greenscapes June 30, 2020
    Sperber Landscape Cos. (SLC) expanded its presence in the Florida market with its newest addition: Greenscapes of Southwest […] The post Sperber Landscape Cos. partners with Greenscapes appeared first on Landscape Management.
    LM Staff
  • The Herring Group webinar recap: PPP Flexibility Act June 30, 2020
    Greg Herring, CEO of the Herring Group, recently hosted a webinar on the PPP flexibility act and how to apply for loan forgiveness. The post The Herring Group webinar recap: PPP Flexibility Act appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Seth Jones
  • Diversity is good for the landscape industry June 30, 2020
    With the recent coverage on issues of social injustice, the question that comes to my mind for our […] The post Diversity is good for the landscape industry appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Jeffrey Scott
  • People on the Move: Updates from Ruppert Landscape, SavATree and more June 29, 2020
    Promotions and hirings from green industry companies, including Ruppert Landscape, SavATree, Hisun Motor Corp. and Kohler Engines. The post People on the Move: Updates from Ruppert Landscape, SavATree and more appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Sarah Webb

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  • New podcast for trades and construction business owners launches August 10, 2020
    A new podcast for trades and construction business owners has launched providing vital support and motivation for the industry during the pandemic. The Evolve and Grow podcast has been set up by The Trades Coach, Alison Warner, who hosts a series of compelling conversations with guests from successful business owners to leading industry figures. Alison […]
    Rachael Forsyth
  • Smiths Bletchington’s Gabion limestone blocks August 9, 2020
    Smiths Bletchington’s Gabion limestone blocks have been primarily used to fill gabion baskets for ground stabilisation, be it river banks, railway and road embankments and bridge abutments. Smiths’ tells us how the way in which this stone product is being used is changing.  Our gabion stone is a crushed Cotswold limestone with its typical Cotswold […]
    Rachael Forsyth
  • New South Africa Garden at Eden August 8, 2020
    A new garden full of flowers from South Africa is now open at the Eden Project Biomes. In the latest addition to Eden’s 30-acre outdoor garden, the newly-cleared 800sqm area is being planted with many of the trees, shrubs and flowers which define the beauty and diversity of the country’s landscapes. The new garden is […]
    Nina Mason
  • Mitie Landscapes boosts greener cities with latest launch August 7, 2020
    Mitie has launched a Plan Zero City Landscaping Service designed to deliver sustainable services for customers with net zero carbon ambitions, by helping reduce emissions in high-pollution areas such as cities and urban environments. The service uses only electric vehicles (EV), battery-powered equipment, such as electric trimmers, leaf blowers and lawn mowers, commits to using […]
    Nina Mason
  • Green-tech has you covered! August 6, 2020
    Leading landscape supplier Green-tech is well known for tackling new challenges quickly and head-on. As it’s now mandatory to wear a face covering in shops, supermarkets, petrol stations and most other establishments; Green-tech has once again gone above and beyond to keep colleagues in the industry safe and on right side of the current legislation. […]
    Jamie Wilkinson
  • Millboard unveils new immersive website August 6, 2020
    Millboard has launched a new customer-focused website. Built on customer research and feedback, the new site is designed to be effortless and intuitive, providing inspiration for homeowners and industry professionals alike. Caroline Birdsall, Millboard’s marketing manager, says: “Millboard has undoubtedly established itself as a premium brand and we needed the look and the feel of the […]
    Nina Mason
  • Pro Landscaper August 2020 August 6, 2020
    The August issue brings with it stories of success and ending of eras. Our interview with Phil Jones, for instance, explores the rebrand of ESL Landscape Contractors to Cultura Group and how this better reflects the company’s ethos. We also hear from Tom Massey of Tom Massey Studio, who has gone from strength-to-strength since becoming […]
    Nina Mason
  • Applications open for Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage August 5, 2020
    Applications are open for the £92m Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage. This is aimed at helping heritage organisations to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, including designed landscapes such as parks and gardens. Funds will be distributed by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Historic England on behalf of the Department for Digital, […]
    Nina Mason
  • £1.3bn investment to deliver homes, infrastructure and jobs August 4, 2020
    Tens of thousands of new homes and other vital infrastructure projects have been given the green light with nearly £1.3bn of investment confirmed today by Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick. The move is part of the government’s plan to deliver upgrades to local infrastructure and boost skills to help fuel a green economic recovery. More than […]
    Nina Mason
  • New call for London’s fleets to turn engines off when parked August 4, 2020
    A new London-wide campaign has been launched encouraging businesses to tackle air pollution caused by idling engines. The call for action comes amidst emerging evidence that air pollution is linked to poor recovery and higher infection rates of COVID-19 due to damage caused to the lungs. Idling Action’s #enginesoff campaign asks firms to pledge that their […]
    Nina Mason

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  • An Outdoor Kitchen That Will Make Your Neighbors Jealous August 7, 2020
    Benefits of Outdoor Kitchens If you love entertaining and family gatherings, you’ll love having an outdoor kitchen. It will expand your home’s usable space and allow you to spend time outdoors throughout the entire year. Your kitchen will have to be well-built and durable in order to withstand the harsh northern New Jersey weather. Installing... […]
    Borst Landscape
  • How to Get Rid of Mosquitoes Organically? August 7, 2020
    Updated July 30, 2020 Pesky mosquitoes that can ruin your backyard cookouts and keep you inside during the warm weather months. Mosquitoes are common warm-weather outdoor pests in Northern NJ, especially around homes near water or wooded areas. Proper mosquito prevention and control provides an environmentally sound environment, allowing you to enjoy outdoor activities in... […]
    Borst Landscape
  • Best Recipes by Month for New Jersey Residents July 31, 2020
    Many Bergen County homeowners like to take advantage of seasonal vegetables, and as a leading Home and Garden business in Bergen County, New Jersey we’ve taken it upon ourselves to create a list of seasonal recipes so that all New Jersey residents are encouraged to enjoy homemade food. Perhaps you’ll even prepare them in an... […]
    Borst Landscape