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  • Everything is slower in the South? Nope. June 5, 2020
    There are a lot of myths about the American South. One in particular – that everything moves slower […] The post Everything is slower in the South? Nope. appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Hannah Gooch
  • How one Michigan company used training to keep employees engaged June 4, 2020
    Michigan’s work from home order went into effect on March 24, but Troy Clogg Landscape Associates of Wixon, […] The post How one Michigan company used training to keep employees engaged appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Christina Herrick
  • The green industry faces the challenges of coronavirus June 4, 2020
    Editor’s Note: Last updated June 4, 2020. We will continue to update this post as more information becomes […] The post The green industry faces the challenges of coronavirus appeared first on Landscape Management.
    LM Staff
  • How landscape companies are handling COVID-19 concerns June 4, 2020
    Editor’s note: We will continue to update this post as information becomes available.   Updated June 4, 2020 […] The post How landscape companies are handling COVID-19 concerns appeared first on Landscape Management.
    LM Staff
  • Aspire unveils V5.6, new branding June 3, 2020
    Aspire Software deployed Aspire version 5.6, which includes estimating, scheduling and invoicing enhancements to further expand the functionality […] The post Aspire unveils V5.6, new branding appeared first on Landscape Management.
    LM Staff

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  • BALI launches COVID-19 restart & rebuild strategy June 5, 2020
    The British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) has launched its COVID-19 restart & rebuild strategy, incorporating three specific strands of support to help members out of lockdown. The strategy has been designed to provide guidance and support to members in three ways: firstly, helping those individuals working for BALI members whose mental health may have […]
    Nina Mason
  • World Green Roof Day taking place tomorrow June 5, 2020
    World Green Roof Day (WGRD) will be taking place this Saturday 6 June to celebrate and highlight the benefits of green roofs. The event, founded by Chris Bridgman of Milton Keynes commercial landscape Bridgman & Bridgman, is being delivered by London-based green roof expert Dusty Gedge. Dusty says: “By celebrating green roofs and the environmental benefits they […]
    Nina Mason
  • New guidance to help parks in England reopen June 4, 2020
    A new guide to help park managers and local authorities in England safely reopen urban and country parks, gardens and wider green spaces has been launched. Produced with key input from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Local Government Association, National Trust, APSE, the Midlands Parks Forum and parks practitioners, the new guide brings together the […]
    Nina Mason
  • Trial using nature to reduce flood risk begins June 4, 2020
    A trial is being launched by the Environment Agency and University of Leeds at the Brownlee Triathlon Centre to look at how nature can be used to help reduce flood risk. This will be the first urban pilot site set up as part of the Leeds Flood Alleviation Scheme’s natural flood management (NFM) project. It […]
    Nina Mason
  • Double episode – next week’s Pro Landscaper Online Summit June 3, 2020
    Next week will see the second instalment of our #getlandscaping series of webinars. The main focus for this season of our Online Summit is how the landscaping sector can get back to work safely, quickly and – more importantly – profitably. Winning work (at least, the ‘right’ sort of work) is key to all landscapers […]
    Nina Mason
  • Forestry charity reveals what’s putting land owners off planting new woodland June 3, 2020
    Government hopes for widespread woodland creation are being scuppered by concerns around land use and excessive red tape, a new survey has revealed. Members of the Royal Forestry Society told the education charity in a recent survey that support for woodland creation is tempered by concerns over availability of suitable land, loss of land value resulting […]
    Nina Mason
  • National Garden Scheme reopens gardens June 3, 2020
    The National Garden Scheme reopened its gardens in England yesterday. Measures have been taken to comply with social distancing and other government guidelines. For instance, all gardens have a system of pre-purchased tickets for a timed slot at the visitor’s garden of choice. Tickets must be purchased via the National Garden Scheme website. Numbers of […]
    Nina Mason
  • Four new appointments to the Natural England board June 2, 2020
    Defra Ministers have appointed four new non-executive members to the board of Natural England. Rosamund Blomfield-Smith, Kim Shillinglaw, Kerry ten Kate and Peter Unwin have been appointed for three years commencing 1 June 2020. Rosamund is currently chairman of Museum of London Archaeology, a member of Ofgem’s Challenge Group, and chairman of Ofcom’s Independent Advisory […]
    Nina Mason
  • RHS cancels its Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival June 2, 2020
    The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has announced that it is cancelling this year’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival. Initially postponing the event from July to early September, the RHS says it is “saddened” to cancel Hampton Court. The decision has been made due to the continued uncertainty about events amid the ongoing COVID-19 situation. Flower […]
    Nina Mason
  • Green projects given support to attract private sector investment June 2, 2020
    Four projects which will protect and restore valuable habitats have been selected to receive funding in a pilot scheme to encourage sustainable private sector investment in our natural environment. Defra, the Environment Agency (EA), Esmée Fairbairn Foundation (EFF) and Triodos Bank UK have formed a collaboration to support environmental projects to create sustainable funding models. […]
    Nina Mason

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  • How to Maintain Backyard Oasis That’s Safe From Pets, and Safe for Pets June 4, 2020
    Are Lawn Fertilizers Safe for Pets? According to veterinarians, most fertilizers are generally pretty benign in terms of pet safety. In fact, most lawn fertilizers contain natural elements, like nitrogen, potash, and phosphorus that are generally non-toxic. If your dog eats some grass that fertilizer right after fertilizer was applied, it rarely leads to serious... […]
    Borst Landscape
  • Organic Treatments for Mosquitoes, Fleas, and Ticks June 4, 2020
    Summer is a time for sun and fun. Relaxing in the yard, grilling, and playing outside are all part of the summer season. Unfortunately, the beautiful warm weather also brings pests and insects, some of which can be irritating, while others can be downright dangerous. Before you can properly enjoy your time outdoors, you should... […]
    Borst Landscape
  • Sessional Flower Planting Ideas for New Jersey Home Owners – Month by Month April 6, 2020
    April Plant of the Month: Blue Mist Shrub Be prepared for a wave of blue flowers throughout mid-summer and into the fall when you plant this easy to grow shrub, or sometimes referred to as woody perennial, in your garden. It makes for a most excellent border, low hedge or accent plant. It’s compact, low... […]
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