TAG: Golfdom

LM debuts new look at GIE+EXPO

October 27, 2014By

On the cusp of and amid GIE+EXPO, LM unveiled a fully redesigned magazine. Here’s how the team rolled out its new look. For more on the redesign, read the Editor’s Note from the October issue.   read more

2014 TOCA meeting takes on New Orleans, LM snags 11 awards

May 13, 2014By

More than 70 Turf & Ornamental Communicators Association (TOCA) members attended the 25th annual TOCA meeting in New Orleans. Among the largest highlights of the meeting, the 2014 TOCA Environmental Communicator of the Year Award was bestowed to Brandon Horvath, Ph.D., and Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., the “Turf Doc” for Golfdom (Landscape Management’s sister publication), was named TOCA Plant Health Writer... read more

Managing those ‘that’s not my job’ employees

April 4, 2014By

This column’s headline is a phrase I’ve cringed at since my first experience as a manager. For several years, starting at age 17, I supervised a staff of about 10 other teenagers at a time as a Dairy Queen shift manager. I’d started working there three years earlier. It was my first job and, as such, it was my introductory... read more

LM, Golfdom magazines add to staffs

April 15, 2013By

Landscape Management (LM), the leading publication (with a history that dates back more than 50 years) for landscape contractors, and Golfdom, the must-read magazine for golf course superintendents that has served the industry for 85 years, have hired two seasoned media professionals. Bill Roddy, a knowledgeable, accomplished Green Industry marketing professional, has joined North Coast Media as publisher of LM... read more

Landscape Management gracefully aging

September 10, 2012By

A look at how Landscape Management’s design and focus have evolved over five decades. 1962
 – Weeds and Turf debuts. Notable: Noticing a rise in demand for contract outdoor chemical applications, Pest Control magazine (now Pest Management Professional) begins running a monthly supplement called Weeds and Turf. 1965
 – We adopt a new name, Weeds Trees and Turf. Notable: “Trees”... read more