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A Look Back

A Look Back: Ups and downs

December 4, 2020By
December 2007 Cover (Photo: LM Archives)

In the December 2007 issue of LM, despite teetering on the edge of the Great Recession, readers expressed optimism in the annual “Outlook” survey. read more

A Look Back: Space-aged technology

November 9, 2020By
Space-aged technology (Photo: Nongkran_ch / iStock / Getty Images Plus)

An August 1977 feature on “Space-age technology for irrigation controls” from Weeds, Trees and Turf (the former name of LM). read more

A Look Back: More than summer help

April 10, 2020By
March 1994 article (Source: LM Archives)

The March 1994 issue of Landscape Management offered tips for landscape pros to show students they’re more than just summer help. read more

A Look Back: Blowing up over blowers

March 9, 2020By

What’s old is new again — or maybe has actually been around for a while. As California legislators consider banning all gas-powered equipment, let’s take a trip back to 1998 when blowers were taking a hit because of the noise they created. According to an article in Landscape Management from that year, if California legislation passed, all blowers sold after... read more

A Look Back: People promotions

February 13, 2020By

“People on the Move.” That sounds awfully familiar. Who knew Landscape Management has been using that title to note the promotions and hirings of industry professionals since the magazine’s days as Weeds, Trees and Turf? In 1976, this information could be found within the pages of the magazine, while today you can find it on our website and every other... read more

A Look Back: Up for the challenge

January 14, 2020By

In this article from the January 1995 issue of Landscape Management, Warren Brown, a vehicle and grounds manager, discusses the challenge of caring for the facilities at John Knox Village in Lee’s Summit, Mo., the largest retirement complex in America at the time. The design of the facility meant that crews were often working in tight spaces and used zero-turn... read more