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Teaming Up with Jessica and Andrew Habasevich: Season 2, Episode 4 of Growing in the Green Industry Podcast

In season 2, episode 4 of the Growing in the Green Industry Podcast, hosts Miles Kuperus III, system architect at Include Software, Neal Glatt, managing partner of GrowTheBench, and Brett Lemcke, VP of R.M. Landscape talk with Jessica and Andrew Habasevich of Weed Man Lawn based in Houston, Texas. For the last 18 months, Jessica […]

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Team Building: Exploring Applicant Tracking Systems

Labor seems to be a constant issue for those in the lawn care and landscape industry. This means you probably have at least one job posting up at all times and you have a number of resumes to sort through. Because applying for jobs online is relatively easy, many unqualified applicants can think it’s “worth […]

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C2 Collaborative Revitalizes Neglected Spaces with Agrihoods

C2 Collaborative, based in San Clemente, California, is a landscape architecture design firm that works mostly on residential master-planned communities. They have also done work with habitat restoration, urban infill, multifamily projects, public parks and hospitality work. One thing that they have been designing over the years that has picked up over the last 10 […]

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Landscapes of the Month: Complete Landsculpture Creates Pool Garden Oasis

When an interior designer client was referred to Complete Landsculpture, based in Dallas, Texas, they at first just wanted a landscape garden design for their backyard. However, after the company took the client to visit another one of their recent projects, they decided they wanted to add a pool to the design as well. Tim […]

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Factors Causing Mulch Fires

Spring mulching season has been well underway over the past month or so. Your customers appreciate a good quality mulch that improves the overall look of their home’s landscape. But keep in mind several simple rules to prevent mulch from smoldering, catching fire, and potentially resulting in considerable damage to residences and buildings. Excess Mulch […]

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Green Lawn Fertilizing Offers Employees Free Truck as a Safety Incentive

It’s easy to say safety matters at your company but implementing safety programs that are effective is another matter. In the case of Green Lawn Fertilizing, based in West Chester, Pennsylvania, they have recently implemented an interesting safe driving incentive program that got its inspiration back in 2006. The company was in its third year […]

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Leaders Never Stop Learning with Jenny Girard: Season 2, Episode 3 of Growing in the Green Industry Podcast

In season 2, episode 3 of the Growing in the Green Industry Podcast, hosts Miles Kuperus III, system architect at Include Software, Brett Lemcke, VP of R.M. Landscape and Macey Wollenberg, branch manager at LandCare, talk with Jenny Girard, area manager with R.M. Landscape. Girard earned her associate’s degree in science and mathematics before moving on […]

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Team Building: Professional Development Options for Employees

A lot of different factors go into why employees want to work for your company and stay long-term. Aside from paying competitive wages and offering benefits like health insurance, providing a career path and professional development can attract those who want something more than just a job. There are a number of professional development options […]

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Level Up: Business Is Booming For LandPatterns

LandPatterns, based in Dallas, Texas, was started in 2000 by landscape architect Marc Funderburk.   He started the company with the primary goal of providing quality landscape architecture, installation and maintenance to a discerning clientele. “We try to provide unique solutions that allow our clientele to see those solutions, either all at once or in […]

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Landscape Safety: Preventing the Most Common Hazards

Creating a safety culture requires a concerted effort from the top down to those in the field. Training employees from day one safe operating procedures can reduce many common accidents from occurring. According to OSHA, 49.6 percent of the people involved in accidents had been with their employer for less than one year. This drives […]

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