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Abby Hart is the managing editor of Landscape Management. A native Clevelander, she spent 10 years in Chicago, where she was operations manager of a global hospitality consultancy. She also worked as managing editor of Illumine, a health and wellness magazine; and a marketing specialist for B2B publications. Abby has a degree in journalism from Boston University’s College of Communication.

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The Big One: A tranquil retreat Posted on 19 Jun 2019 in the 0519 & Featured & Mowing+Maintenance & The Big One categories.

Location: Libertyville, Ill. Company: James Martin Associates This property’s landscape was originally designed and built by James Martin Associates, and created a restful environment where guests could view the water... Read more»

Brand U: A Deere relationship Posted on 10 Jun 2019 in the 0519 & Featured & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Ivan Giraldo, president of Clean Scapes, prides himself on the reputation of his company. Four years ago, when it came time to replace some of his company’s mower fleet, the... Read more»

Pasture perfect: Maintaining a horse farm Posted on 05 Jun 2019 in the 0519 & Featured & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Sometimes a good idea can come out of nowhere. For Scott Hartmann, owner of Scott’s Lawn Care (SLC) in Maple Plain, Minn., an idea for a new maintenance service came... Read more»

Work to do: Tackling the industry’s labor shortage Posted on 20 May 2019 in the 0519 & Cover story & Featured categories.

How companies, manufacturers and industry pros are tackling landscaping's labor shortage. Read more»

The Big One: Peace of mind Posted on 10 May 2019 in the 0419 & Featured & Mowing+Maintenance & The Big One categories.

The Northeast Georgia Health System regional medical centers include gardens that provide places of hope and healing for visitors and patients. Read more»

Tackling spring cleanups, busy season prep Posted on 03 May 2019 in the 0419 & Featured & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Spring into action: How two companies handle their spring cleanups and prepare for a busy season ahead Read more»