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Echo is exclusive partner of NALP’s Latino Landscape Network

January 21, 2021 -  By
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Echo has become the exclusive partner of the the National Association of Landscape Professionals’ (NALP) Latino Landscape Network. The Latino Landscape Network (formerly the National Hispanic Landscape Alliance) connects and empowers the community of 500,000 Latino landscape professionals in the U.S. “It’s an honor to partner with NALP on this important initiative,” said Wayne Thomsen,... read more


Aspire introduces Aspire Evolution update

January 20, 2021 -  By
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Aspire Software released Aspire Evolution, which brings an updated look and feel to the platform and improves the system’s usability for a more seamless user experience, according to the company. While the platform’s core functionality will remain the same, the new release will include: Modernized look and feel: Complete daily tasks with an optimized user... read more


Piscataqua Landscaping & Tree Service acquires Jacquelyn Nooney Landscape

January 19, 2021 -  By
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Piscataqua Landscaping & Tree Service of Eliot, Maine, has acquired Jacquelyn Nooney Landscape (JNL) also of Eliot, Maine. Details of the deal were not disclosed. Jacquelyn Nooney founded JNL in 1984. In a letter to her clients, Nooney wrote, “After 38 years of designing, building, caring for gardens and managing snow in the Seacoast, I... read more


Edgar Contreras (left) is presented with his new equipment by Bear Reynolds of Vermeer and Chris Brouwers with KS Energy. (Photo: Vermeer)

Make-A-Wish gives young landscaper tools of the trade

January 19, 2021 -  By
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Vermeer Corp., Vermeer Wisconsin and KS Energy presented 19-year-old Edgar Contreras with tools to start his own business. read more


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What’s ahead for the landscape industry in 2021

Britt Wood and Andrew Bray, vice president, government relations, of the National Association of Landscape Professionals, look ahead to 2021 — the Jan. 5 Senate runoff in Georgia and its potential impact the landscape industry, and how the organization is approaching federal and local legislation in the coming year. read more

Britt Wood, CEO, and Andrew Bray, vice president, government relations, of the National Association of Landscape Professionals, look ahead to 2021 — the Jan. 5 Senate runoff in Georgia and its potential impact the landscape industry, and how the organization is approaching federal and local legislation in the coming year.

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Ewing: ProAdvantage Program

January 21, 2021 -  By
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Runner at the start of 2021 (Photo: pcess609/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images)

Be prepared for anything 2021 brings

January 19, 2021 -  By
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Landscape Management columnist Marty Grunder explains how landscapers can be prepared for anything the year 2021 throws at them. read more


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Wrapping up 2020 with Marty Grunder

December 1, 2020 -  By
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Seth Jones visits with Marty Grunder, president and CEO of Grunder Landscaping Co. and The Grow Group to discuss the 2020 LM Industry Pulse Report results. read more