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How I Do It: Operating Drones In-House or Subcontracting

Drone technology is ripe for adoption in the green industry. If you’re considering the aspects of implementing a drone program, check out the options below on operating them in-house, or subbing out the work. Operating Drones In-House If you decide to operate the drones in-house, here are some of the elements you need to take […]

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The Sky’s the Limit When Using Drones for Landscaping Jobs

Slowly, but surely technology is being integrated into the green industry and one interesting tool some landscape companies are exploring is drones. While drones were originally used for military purposes, they have migrated to the civilian world and are used by everyone from hobbyists to businesses. “As you dive into the drone industry at large, […]

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Meet NALP Supplier Member Lisa Fiore of LandscapeHub

Lisa Fiore, founder and CEO of LandscapeHub, grew up in the nursery business. In 1916, her great-grandfather started Charles Fiore Nursery in Chicago. Fiore spent her childhood roaming around the nursery fields and falling in love with the industry, as a whole. In early 2000, she joined the business, learning all aspects from buying to […]

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Ben Collinsworth converts his business to a digital workplace.

How Native Land Design Transitioned to a Digital Workplace

Located in Austin, Texas—where technology is basically a way of life (and most certainly a way of business)—Ben Collinsworth, owner and founder of Native Land Design, says he felt embarrassed that his company appeared to lag in that arena. Watching friends outside of the industry transform their businesses with technology inspired Collinsworth to do this […]

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It’s About Time- Technology Can Make Safety Training More Efficient and Effective

Article Author Olivia McMurrey, member of the NALP Safety and Risk Management Committee  As safety training at many landscape companies has become more in-depth – to better protect workers and to satisfy OSHA expectations – it is demanding more of managers’ time, and keeping track of all the physical paperwork is challenging. Bryce Christianson, founder and […]

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Innovation and Technology the theme of 2011 Executive Forum

PLANET’s recent Executive Forum and Leadership Meeting at The Ritz Carlton in Amelia Island, Florida, held February 17–20, opened with leadership meetings and the installation of PLANET’s 2011–2012 board of directors, which go into effect beginning May 1, 2011. This year’s Forum focused on Technology and Innovation. The keynote address featured Carmine Gallo, journalist and author […]

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