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TAG: Legislation

What’s ahead for the landscape industry in 2021

December 1, 2020By
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Britt Wood and Andrew Bray, vice president, government relations, of the National Association of Landscape Professionals, look ahead to 2021 — the Jan. 5 Senate runoff in Georgia and its potential impact the landscape industry, and how the organization is approaching federal and local legislation in the coming year. read more

Profit Power: Stop waiting for immigration reform

May 20, 2019By

LM columnist Jeffrey Scott explains how landscape company owners can take control of their labor situation with recruiting and a strong financial strategy. read more

Five Questions: Mike Caprio

April 19, 2019By
Mike Caprio (Photo: Seth Jones)

Mike Caprio Regional business consultant Lawn Doctor, Holmdel, N.J. 1. What all does your job entail, and do you enjoy it? I provide business, agronomy, financial and human resources support to our franchisees in the Southeast. With over 50 years of experience in the industry, Lawn Doctor offers custom lawn care solutions to residential and business consumers. I’ve been with... read more

Final push for H-2B reform for 2019 season

February 20, 2019By

On Jan. 25, Congress and the president reached an agreement to reopen the government for 21 days. read more

Roll Call editor-in-chief to speak at NALP Legislative Day on the Hill

April 28, 2015By

Christina Bellantoni, editor-in-chief of Roll Call and former political editor for the PBS NewsHouse, will deliver the keynote speech at the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) Legislative Day on the Hill July 20 at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel in Arlington, Va. Bellantoni also served as association politics editor at Roll Call, where she wrote about national politics... read more

NJNLA backs Horticultural Therapy Week, launches campaign

March 23, 2015By

In step with the New Jersey Senate passing legislation that designates the third full week of March as “Horticultural Therapy Week” in New Jersey, the New Jersey Nursery & Landscape Association (NJNLA) donated plants and shrubs to create a display that ran from March 16 to March 20 at Goldfinch Square in the New Jersey Statehouse. Spearheaded by the American... read more