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Sarah Webb is Landscape Management's associate editor. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Wittenberg University, where she studied journalism and Spanish. Prior to her role at LM, Sarah was an intern for Cleveland Magazine and a writing tutor.

Posts by Sarah Webb

Wonders of water Posted on 31 Oct 2018 in the 1018 & Design/Build+Installation & Featured categories.

The outdoor living boom has created demand for water features to swell in recent years. “People are drawn to water and naturally enjoy sitting by and listening to it,” says... Read more»

Web Extra: SafetyWatch in Spanish: Safety sharpen blades Posted on 19 Oct 2018 in the SafetyWatch categories.

The following is a Spanish version of SafetyWatch from the October 2018 issue of Landscape Management. It discusses blade sharpening safety. Find the original SafetyWatch in English here or see... Read more»

‘Burst’ of growth: Color Burst by the numbers Posted on 16 Oct 2018 in the 1018 & Mowing+Landscape Maintenance categories.

Brian Edwards, partner at Color Burst Landscapes in Brentwood, Tenn., began his career at McDonald’s, starting out as a burger flipper and ascending to area field consultant by the end... Read more»

Destination Companies unite at Nashville event Posted on 03 Oct 2018 in the LM Web Extras & Today's Green Industry News categories.

One landscaper shared his experience of running a debt-free company. One discussed his company’s initiative to hire veterans in response to the troublesome labor issue. Another brought up her company’s... Read more»

Making a splash Posted on 03 Oct 2018 in the 0918 & Featured & Irrigation+Water Management categories.

When Bruce Lively founded Blue Jay Lawn Care in 1982, offering irrigation services was not even on his radar. The company was little more than a grass mowing endeavor, run... Read more»

Brighten your biz Posted on 26 Sep 2018 in the 0918 & Featured & Mowing+Landscape Maintenance categories.

Holiday lighting installations aren’t just festive and fun—they also can be a end-of-season revenue booster, as well as a way to keep some employees busy. “If you’re looking to fill... Read more»