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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

Posts by Seth Jones

Five Questions: Matt Bailey Posted on 14 May 2019 in the 0519 & Current Issue categories.

Matt Bailey, president of Alpine Landscape Services, shares details living and working in the mountains, and tips for working with the younger generation. Read more»

Editor’s note: A workforce with no name Posted on 14 May 2019 in the 0519 & Current Issue & Editor's Note categories.

Seth Jones shares thoughts on the labor shortage and how to get the work done anyway. Read more»

Five Questions: Brian Haga Posted on 01 May 2019 in the 0419 & Featured categories.

Brian Haga, president of Scientific Plant Service, shares details on his career, labor challenges and even his family and summer vacations. Read more»

March landscape madness, baby! Posted on 23 Apr 2019 in the 0419 & Editor's Note categories.

Editor-in-chief Seth Jones summarizes the National Collegiate Landscape Competition and describes how March madness was a bit different than years past. Read more»

Five Questions: Mike Caprio Posted on 19 Apr 2019 in the 0319 & Featured categories.

Mike Caprio Regional business consultant Lawn Doctor, Holmdel, N.J. 1. What all does your job entail, and do you enjoy it? I provide business, agronomy, financial and human resources support... Read more»

College game day for future landscape pros Posted on 28 Mar 2019 in the Today's Green Industry News categories.

For participants of the National Collegiate Landscape Competition, this is bigger than any college bowl game. Early on in the 43rd annual National Collegiate Landscape Competition (NCLC), Roger Phelps, Corporate... Read more»