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Author Archives: National Association of Landscape Professionals
Last Thursday, Senate and House Agriculture Committee leadership met officially for the first time to discuss the 2018 Farm Bill, prior to full Conference Committee discussions. Leadership of the Committees that met include Agriculture Committee Chairmen Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) … Continue reading
U.S. House of Representatives Adjourns for August Recess; Meet with your legislators in your district!
Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives adjourned for their annual August recess. The August recess is a critical in-district work period, especially in an election year. The Senate will have an abbreviated August recess, currently scheduled for the first … Continue reading
On Thursday July 26, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency published Registration Review; Draft Human Health Risk Assessments for Atrazine, Propazine, and Simazine and Draft Cumulative Human Health Risk Assessment for the Triazines (Atrazine, Propazine, Simazine); Notice of Availability in the Federal … Continue reading
On Wednesday July 25, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations passed the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) appropriations bill along party lines (29-22), the bill included an amendment that would exempt returning workers from the H-2B statutorily mandated … Continue reading
By Cheryl Steelberg, Bruce Wilson & Co. In tech-dense Austin, the cloud is king. Native Land Design’s Ben Collinsworth talks about how technology drives his business and how it can transform yours. How do you stay on top of emerging … Continue reading
NALP has hired Andrew Bray to serve as the association’s new Vice President of Government Relations, effective July 9th. Andrew is a driven professional and a tireless policy advocate with over 15 years of legislative, regulatory, campaign and legal experience. … Continue reading
Becoming a destination company that attracts the best employees involves the mastery of seven key areas. Why is it that some landscaping companies have an easier time attracting talent? Yes, they typically pay more than their market’s going rate. But … Continue reading
This week, we’re not going to talk about turfgrass management, we’re going to talk about the turfgrass manager – you. Most of us are sole proprietors with one or two employees that cannot afford to be on the disabled list. … Continue reading
Organizations across the country are using Pollinator Protection Week to remind the public about the importance of pollinators to our nation’s food supply and offering ways people can support pollinator health. If you’re looking for content to share, consider one … Continue reading
NALP’s Missy Henriksen appeared on Fox and Friends this past weekend for two segments about the industry. In the first segment, she touted the merits of healthy lawns before showcasing some of the latest technology available from industry companies, Husqvarna’s … Continue reading