Jan. 25 2018
The National Hispanic Landscape Alliance is hosting its Train the Trainer program entirely in Spanish. The program will be held in Waldorf, Maryland, from February 4 – 7. The Train the Trainer prog ...
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Jan. 25 2018
Bossier City, Louisiana, is considering bringing back a resolution that allowed the city to pay for water to irrigate the landscaping of street cul-de-sacs in new or expanding residential subdivisions ...
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Jan. 24 2018
Battle Creek Landscape Service of Battle Creek, Michigan, has been shoveling veterans’ driveways after snowstorms for seven years now. The company volunteers with SnowCare for Troops, a national non ...
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Jan. 24 2018
Meridian Estates in Henderson, Nevada, is experiencing a dispute over a potential neighborhood landscape project. The proposal has caused a controversy between the neighbors who think it would be a go ...
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Jan. 23 2018
The U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has announced the availability of a new program to assist landowners in conserving monarch butterflies. The program wil ...
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Jan. 23 2018
Jose Luis Mora Bedolla and Andres Martin Jurado Perez filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania against Lewis Brandolini III and Brandolini Cos., citing the ...
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Jan. 22 2018
Once again, a machine that allows landscapers to do their jobs more efficiently may be facing a ban in multiple towns across the nation. Residents of East Hampton, New York, have discussed working wi ...
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Jan. 22 2018
The Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry has created a new mobile application that enables users to quickly confirm if an individual holds a current horticulture license or permit of busin ...
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Jan. 20 2018
Before his catastrophic head injury from an ATV accident, Kim Kevin Hunt was a landscaper in Muskoka, Ontario. Three days after leaving the hospital with what doctors described as a wasted, shrunken ...
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Jan. 19 2018
RJ Duarte and Owen Johnson, two high schoolers in Golden, Colorado, have experienced a great deal of success after starting a landscaping business in 2014. Green Worx was started by Duarte with no bu ...
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Jan. 18 2018
The days of brown water periodically coming from the taps of homes and businesses in Yellow Springs, Ohio, are likely coming to an end due to the implementation of a new $7.2 million plant. According ...
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Jan. 18 2018
According to a class action lawsuit filed last week in state Superior Court, Blanca Reina Gonzalez Ortiz did not take rest breaks during the approximately four years she worked maintaining the lush, t ...
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Jan. 17 2018
Gammon Lawn Care in York Harbor, Maine, continues to conduct its business despite the town ordering owner Josh Gammon to cease operations. Residents have complained about the noise and size of his ope ...
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Jan. 17 2018
Due to the recent fires and mudslides in California’s Santa Barbara County, the Public Health Department and the Air Pollution Control District are strongly recommending that leaf blowers not be use ...
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Jan. 16 2018
Parkside Landscaping of Littleton, Colorado, has paid $524,063 in back wages to 53 employees and $26,104 in penalties to resolve violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act and H-2B nonagricultural vis ...
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Jan. 16 2018
Landscaping companies in Erie, Pennsylvania, are making progress getting rid of all of the snow, but nothing could have prepared them for the weather that hit the area in December. The problem is tha ...
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Jan. 15 2018
Modern Tool and Die Products of Cleveland, Ohio, is recalling about 975 SureFit blade spindle shaft/assemblies. The products were sold in the United States and Canada at Ball Equipment, Dixie Sales, M ...
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Jan. 15 2018
Orbit, makers of irrigation products spanning from sprinkler systems to landscaping accessories, announced at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show that users will now be able to control timers on their ...
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Jan. 13 2018
KDOT employee injured mowing along highway A Kansas Department of Transportation worker was mowing the I-70 right of way near Topeka when his tractor crashed into a drainage ditch structure. A ...
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Jan. 12 2018
Mulch made from hurricane debris The city of Cape Coral, Florida, is turning a portion of the nearly 375,000 cubic yards of debris collected from Hurricane Irma into free mulch for its resident ...
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