NALP Members in the News

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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 currently planned. As Native CEO Ben Collinsworth says: “We are all very excited to continue in this journey with Yellowstone and believe we will be able to mutually benefit each other for years to come.”

Members in the News: Davey‘s Latest Promotions

Jim Zwack was promoted to vice president and general manager of The Davey Institute, Davey’s research, development and innovation division. Zwack was most recently general manager of The Davey Institute. He has a master’s degree in tree physiology from Iowa State University and a bachelor’s in urban forestry from the University of Minnesota.

The Davey Tree Expert Co. also recently promoted Dennis Danois-Triche to regional recruiting manager in the Midwest; Anthony Williams to district manager in Kansas City; and Ken Busse to district manager in Las Vegas—the latter two both in the Residential/Commercial office.

Members in the News: Gachina Promotes Three

Gachina Landscape Management, Menlo Park, California, promoted three employees to its executive leadership team: William Cruz to director of operations, Samuel Anderson to associate branch manager and Raul Guerrero to associate branch manager.

Members in the News: McHale’s Bowman Joins Maryland Turfgrass Council

McHale Landscape Design’s Keith Bowman accepted a three-year term on the Maryland Turfgrass Council. He is in his 17th year with McHale and runs the maintenance division and business development.

Members in the News: Vickers Becomes Florida Certified Hort Pro

Kelly Ann Vickers, corporate communications and strategies manager, Landscape Maintenance Professionals Inc., Tampa, Florida, attained the designation of Florida Certified Horticulture Professional through the Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association (FNGLA). 

Members in the News: LMN Moves Headquarters

Landscape software firm LMN moved to a larger, newly designed office space in Markham, Ontario.

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