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LM Gallery: September 2022

September 29, 2022 -  By
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On the road with LM: Mike Bogan, incoming National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) president and CEO of LandCare in Frederick, Md.; Britt Wood, NALP CEO; Marty Grunder, CEO of Grunder Landscaping and The Grow Group, in Dayton, Ohio; and Joey Ciccolini, LM digital media content producer at NALP’s Field Trip event.

Over 200 joined the Field Trip to take a tour of R.P. Marzilli's campus. (Photo: LM Staff)

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Mass gathering: More than 200 attendees joined the NALP Field Trip for a tour of R.P. Marzilli’s campus in Medway, Mass.  

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Getting ideas: Matt Herchenbach (left) and Shane Rios (right), both of Villani Landshapers of Menomonee Falls, Wis., at the NALP Field Trip.

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Home team: Hannah Galan, assistant plant buyer and Chris Smith, plant buyer for R.P. Marzilli, as their company hosted NALP members as part of the organization’s Field Trip.

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Estimating 101: LM Editor Christina Herrick learned the ins and outs of estimating from Snowfighters Institute managing partners Phil Harwood (left) and Neil Glatt (right).  

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Mowin’ ’em down: Herrick tries out Ventrac’s slope mowing attachment during the Snowfighers Institute event held at Ventrac’s headquarters in Orrville, Ohio, this summer.  

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Ready to work: Volunteers from John Deere before the start of work during NALP’s Renewal & Remembrance.

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All in the family: Brennan Wood (left), son of NALP CEO Britt Wood, takes a break from mulching at the Lincoln Memorial during Renewal & Remembrance.  

NALP recognized the Kuperus family, including Miles Jr. (from left), Miles and Richard Kuperus with the organization's "workhorse" award for the family's participation in Renewal and Remembrance for many years. Other family members volunteered for improvement work at Arlington National Cemetery. (Photo: LM Staff)

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Workhorses assemble!: NALP recognized the Kuperus family, including Miles Jr. (from left), Miles Sr. and Richard Kuperus, with the organization’s “workhorse” award for the family’s participation in Renewal & Remembrance for many years. Other family members volunteered at Arlington National Cemetery.

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