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Bob Mann, LIC, formerly the agronomist for Lawn Dawg, is the director of state and local government relations for the National Association of Landscape Professionals.

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Industry Advocate: What’s in store for the green industry in 2023 Posted on 14 Dec 2022 in the From the Magazine categories.

Despite not being one for lofty prognostication, Bob Mann shares a current snapshot in the political arena and what the future holds for 2023. Read more»

Industry Advocate: The threat the uninformed could play to the green industry Posted on 23 Oct 2022 in the 1022 & Business & From the Magazine categories.

Are pros effectively communicating the benefits of proper pesticide use? Bob Mann analyzes the importance of pesticides in the green industry. Read more»

Industry Advocate: The lifeblood of our industry Posted on 23 Aug 2022 in the 0822 & From the Magazine categories.

Bob Mann says that collaboration is the lifeblood of the green industry as he was able to see a first hand account of this at this year's NALP Field Trip. Read more»

Industry Advocate: We’ve still got a lot to learn about pesticide regulations Posted on 15 Jun 2022 in the 0622 & From the Magazine categories.

Bob Mann has learned a lot about pesticide regulations in his five years at his current job but shares how there is still much more for everyone to learn. Read more»

Industry Advocate: It’s all about being in the right place at the right time Posted on 19 Apr 2022 in the 0422 & From the Magazine categories.

Senate Bill 22-131, set to prohibit the use of neonicotinoid insecticides for nonagricultural uses and to repeal state preemption of the pesticide regulation was rejected on a 6-1 vote. Read more»

Got customers? You can lobby, too! Posted on 18 Feb 2022 in the 0222 & From the Magazine & Issue Date categories.

Bob Mann of the National Association of Landscape Professionals shares his tips on how to speak with your local government officials about green industry issues. Read more»