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Seth Jones, a graduate of Kansas University’s William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications, was voted best columnist of 2014 by the Turf & Ornamental Communicators Association. Seth has more than 18 years of experience in the golf and turf industries and has traveled the world seeking great stories. He is editor-in-chief of Landscape Management, Golfdom and Athletic Turf magazines. Jones can be reached at sjones@northcoastmedia.net.

Posts by Seth Jones

Not in Kansas anymore Posted on 20 Feb 2019 in the 0219 & Current Issue & Editor's Note categories.

I’ve hit the ground running — or maybe I should say flying — in my first two months as editor-in-chief of Landscape Management. It’s appropriate I’m writing this column at... Read more»

Five questions: Matt Nicol Posted on 20 Feb 2019 in the 0219 & Current Issue categories.

Matt Nicol Owner + Founder Lightscape Outdoor Lighting, Columbus, Ohio 1. Why did you start your company? I was passionate about landscaping, and was an artist, but I could never... Read more»

Five Questions: Casey Hurd Posted on 23 Jan 2019 in the 0119 & Featured categories.

Casey Hurd Manager member Greenscapes LandCare, Worton, Md. 1. How big is your family? I have a wife, two daughters and a big 100-pound yellow lab. My family keeps me... Read more»

Serious business: The LM Growth Summit Posted on 16 Jan 2019 in the 0119 & Cover story categories.

Now in its eighth year, the LM Growth Summit is unique in the industry in that it brings lawn care professionals face-to-face with some of the industry’s leading innovators. Sure,... Read more»

Editor’s note: Another small step Posted on 16 Jan 2019 in the 0119 & Editor's Note categories.

Seth Jones introduces himself to readers of Landscape Management. Read more»

Getting to know the new man in charge of LM Posted on 09 Jan 2019 in the Today's Green Industry News categories.

Hello Landscape Management readers! Our digital editor, Kelly Limpert, suggested I introduce myself to you all … I have a more formal introduction (formal might be the wrong word …... Read more»