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Project EverGreen and PBI-Gordon team up to rejuvenate Kansas City park

January 26, 2023By

In the fall of 2022 Local landscapers, PBI-Gordon employees and more gathered to help renovate Huron Park in Kansas City, Kan. read more

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Artificial turf store and warehouse launches in Northeast Ohio

November 7, 2022By
Purchase Green launched its first Ohio location, offering a warehouse and store. (Photo: Purchase Green)

Artificial Turf seller, Purchase Green, opened a new Cleveland-based store and warehouse owned and operated by Ground Works Land Design's Tony Nasrallah. read more

Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply celebrates 100 years of business

January 18, 2022By
(Photo courtesy Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply)

Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply will mark 100 years in business this year. Ewing was founded in 1922 as Atlas Lawn Sprinkler. read more

Pendulum for turfgrass regulations can swing both ways

November 18, 2015By

The pendulum can swing two ways when it comes to turfgrass regulations, and sometimes they’re both in the wrong direction. When I read that a governing body wants to ban lawns based on misinformation or pressure from outside interests for quick-fix solutions I’m quick to come to the defense of turfgrass and lawns, mostly because of all the environmental benefits... read more

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What were Californians thinking?

May 14, 2015By

When Californians removed lawns back in 2015 they created a vast oasis… of nothingness. Joe Queenan wrote a column titled Let’s Get Rid of All the Lawns in the April 24 Wall Street Journal. In it, he says that lawns are, “arguably the most foolish, destructive, annoying entity on Earth.” This rebuttal is an idea of what could happen if everyone... read more

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