WANTED: Sustainable Landscape Services for Savvy Consumers


For decades, Billy Goodnick has been showing people how to create sustainable landscapes – and how to ditch their lawns. But don't think of me as a "bad guy," he says.... more

 
 

JOSHUA S.GAMEZ


Close-Up Profiles
“My father emigrated from Mexico seven years before I was born,” he said. Gamez was one of five children in a struggling working-class family, growing up “on what you could say was in the lower income bracket, where the possibility of receiving a good education was shaky.”   More
 
Tuesday, December 16, 2008 DENNE GOLDSTEIN

The Moore Family

Aquatrols


Close-Up Profiles
For Robert Moore, Sr., epiphany came after he had a chemical engineering degree in hand: During that time, drinking beer on the back porch and looking at a puddle in the backyard, a guy said, 'Boy, I got lousy soil.'    More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008

Michael Byrne

ALCA


Close-Up Profiles
One year out of high school, Michael Byrne made the decision to get into the landscaping business. He held a summer job at that time, repairing lawn care equipment at a mower repair shop.    More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008

Carl McCord

ALCA


Close-Up Profiles
Never afraid to get his hands dirty, Carl McCord, the son of farmers in the Abilene, Texas area, knew how to work the soil and grow plants. However, when he was growing up he thought he wanted to pursue other options and he initially chose a different green industry for his future.   More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008

Ken Mills

Rain Bird


Close-Up Profiles
A no-nonsense person with a passion for the irrigation business, Ken Mills has essentially spent his entire professional career with one company.    More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008 DENNE GOLDSTEIN

George Kinkead

Turfco


Close-Up Profiles
The defining moment that would set the stage for the Kinkead family legacy came in the European countryside during World War I, when Robert Kinkead took note of the sickle mowers being used to manage tall grass.   More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008

Water Feature... The Hottest Trend in Landscaping


Waterscapes
As you lie in your lounge chair and listen to the gurgling of a small stream and the chirping of some nearby birds, the sun's rays are luring you into a nap. The light touch of one of the plants near the water's edge tickles your leg and you're awakened out of your lazy daydreaming. You get up to look at the water and are greeted by several colorful koi fish that dart playfully around beneath you.    More
 
Saturday, May 1, 1999

Case Study: Dixie Chopper


Landscape Maintenance
WHATEVER NUMBER OF HOURS you mow per week, Brian Smith probably has you beat. As the owner of Agri-Lawn Care, Brownsburg, Indiana, Smith and his crews cut grass all day long, from seven in the morning until four in the afternoon, five days a week. They truly do mow lawns for a living.    More
 
Sunday, April 1, 2007

Reaching New Markets the Low Volume Way


Drip Irrigation - Low Flow
“Do you do drip?” This is a question contractors all over the country are hearing more frequently as the demand for drip irrigation continues to grow.    More
 
Wednesday, August 1, 2007 ELIZABETH LEXAU

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