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Opportunity abounds for women in arboriculture

January 5, 2022By
Bear LeVangie (pictured) says there’s a vast network of resources through national, state and local organizations for women looking to pursue or further a career in tree care. (Photo: Women’s Tree Climbing Workshop)

Some women in the industry share lessons they’ve learned in tree care and why the industry needs more female representation. read more

Make the most of 2022 with software

January 3, 2022By
Landscapers can identify their big issues and choose a software accordingly. (Photo: Arborgold)

Industry experts share tips on how contractors can get the most out of their business software to help take their company to the next level in 2022. read more

Seth’s Cut: Looking at 2022 and beyond

December 31, 2021By
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Seth Jones shares the inspiration behind LM's 2021 State of the Industry report and his predictions for the future off the green industry. read more

EAB December 2021: What the industry will be doing in five years

December 29, 2021By
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Landscape Management Editorial Advisory Board members predict what's in store for the green industry five years in the future. read more

A look at why serious injuries are on the rise in the green industry

December 27, 2021By
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Sam Steel, Ed.D., safety adviser for the National Association of Landscape Professionals shares why more training could help prevent more serious injuries. read more

LM Gallery: December 2021

December 23, 2021By
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A few of the faces and places the Landscape Management team encountered recently, including at the Accountability Creates Excellence and Caterpillar events. read more