Author: Nicole Wisniewski

NALP Members in the News: BrightView, Bartlett, Green Lawn Fertilizing, Water & Sustainability Innovation Awards

NALP members are growing, innovating and making names for themselves. Check out the latest updates in our special NALP Members in the News weekly blog. NALP Members in the News: BrightView launches Property Maintenance Interface BrightView Holdings announced the launch of BrightView (BV) Connect, an interface for property maintenance engagement.BV Connect virtually connects the customer with […]

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    A Little Renewal, A Little Remembrance and Some Legislative Days Bring Industry Peers Together

    Impending H-2B legislation. Pesticide regulation pressures. Growing water conservation worries. Do you feel overwhelmed by one or more of these imperative lawn and landscape industry issues? Then step away from your business and attend NALP’s Renewal & Remembrance and Legislative Days on the Hill events July 14-17. The event kicks off July 14 with a […]

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      NALP Members in the News

      Check out the latest news from NALP members! NALP Members in the News: Carl Atwell Purchases Gempler’s NALP supplier member Gempler’s was purchased by Carl Atwell, the company’s new president, in January. The company sought a new buyer after previous owner, Ariens Specialty Brands, chose to focus on its power equipment business. Gempler’s then relaunched […]

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        Orlando Castillo, Landscape Maintenance Professionals

        Meet NALP Member Orlando Castillo Jr. of LMP

        Prior to founding Landscape Maintenance Professionals (LMP), Orlando Castillo Jr., says he was working part-time for a friend who owned a landscape company—and valet parking cars in the evening. But he had developed an entrepreneurial spirit from his father and decided he could launch his own company. In the “early days,” Castillo says the company […]

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          Be a Smart Irrigation Month Leader

          Do your customers understand that efficient irrigation can save them water and money? Participate in the Smart Irrigation Month campaign and position your company as a leader in water-saving practices with customers, business partners and peers. Here are some smart ideas to help you become a smart leader this July from the Irrigation Association. Market […]

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            NALP Members in the News

            Help NALP celebrate these recent members in the news. Concrete Paver Sales Up Gross sales for concrete paver contractors in the U.S. and Canada increased by 8% during 2018, according to a recent survey by NALP association member the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI). While experiencing growth, four of of every five contractors still reported […]

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              John Mini Distinctive Designs: Garden Synchronicity

              A longstanding client asked John Mini Distinctive Designs to help with a new project in midtown Manhatten. The client was building a new commercial residential skyscraper from the ground up. And they had a goal to create a sustainable, functional and inviting space. John Mini Distinctive Designs: The Project The property plan consisted of a […]

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                Safety Tip of the Week: How to Combat Heat-related Illnesses

                North American summers are hot. Most summers see heat waves in one or more parts of the U.S. As a result, heat is one of the leading weather-related killers in the U.S., contibuting to hundreds of fatalities each year and even more heat-related illnesses. Here’s a look at what’s in store for summer temperatures across […]

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                  NALP Members in the News

                  Help NALP celebrate these members in the news. Members in the News: Yellowstone Acquires Native Land Design Yellowstone Landscape acquired Native Land Design, adding Houston and McAllen, Texas, to its locations. Native Land Design is a $15-million company with 250 employees focusing on commercial landscapes. All Native employees were retained, and no brand change is […]

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                    Safety Tip of the Week: How to Avoid Dangerous Plants and Wildlife While Working Outdoors

                    People who work outdoors a majority of the time, like landscape professionals, are exposed to many types of hazards. Hazards vary depending on the type of work, geographic region, season and duration of time they are outside. While many plants and wildlife are safe, there are some that present safety concerns. Employers should train outdoor […]

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