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Sun Valley Landscaping acquires JD Irrigation

December 4, 2020 -  By
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Sun Valley Landscaping has acquired JD Irrigation of Omaha, Neb. JD Irrigation was founded by Jon-David Heilman, who will join Sun Valley Landscaping as the company’s irrigation division manager. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Heilman brings 28 years of experience with him to Sun Valley Landscaping. Sun Valley Landscaping said the move... read more


Landscape Development Inc. adds new Calif. office

December 1, 2020 -  By
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Landscape Development Inc. (LDI) broke ground on the company’s new office and dispatch facility in Clovis, Calif. The company said this new office will help build relationships in California’s Central Valley and offer expanded services to clients in that region. Landscape Development says the Central Valley is a strong market for the company under the... read more


Companies in the News: Updates from Stihl, ReTree and more

December 1, 2020 -  By
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The latest news and updates from green industry companies, including Stihl, Landscape Development Inc., Focal Pointe and more. read more


Heritage Landscape Supply Group opens Kansas branch

November 30, 2020 -  By
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Heritage Landscape Supply Group’s HLS Outdoor opened a branch in Wichita, Kan. This location marks the company’s entry into its 17th state. The company said this location will carry a full line of irrigation and landscape supplies, outdoor lighting, agronomics, pavers and hardscapes, tools and accessories and other complementary products. HLS Outdoor’s new Wichita location... 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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Bobcat Company: Bobcat R-Series Loaders

November 30, 2020 -  By
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The all new Bobcat® R-Series loaders are a revolution in both form and function. Designed to tackle everyday work and -the toughest challenges, these next generation loaders include several machine and feature changes focused on quality, reliability and durability. R-Series loaders bring more comfort to challenging jobs with their leading all-around visibility, comfortable controls, numerous options and roomy environment. Features... read more


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Grow with Grunder: The art of saying no

November 18, 2020 -  By
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Columnist Marty Grunder explains how instead of saying "yes" to any and all types of work, saying "no" can help landscape contractors grow their business. read more


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Kris Kiser discusses TurfMutt Foundation and the importance of backyard spaces

July 22, 2020 -  By
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Kris Kiser discusses the TurfMutt Foundation and how the pandemic has made homeowners reevaluate the value of their own outdoor spaces. read more