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Parks/Recreation

Facing the heat, SFMA award winner makes the most of tough 2021

March 13, 2022By
The field at Norbrock Stadium in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. Norbrock won the 2021 SFMA Field of the Year award in the schools & parks, baseball category.

Mike DeCicco, turf manager in Kamloops, BC, Canada, shares how he and his crew overcame record high temps and COVID issues to win a 2021 SFMA Field of the Year award. read more

Project EverGreen and SFMA team up to revitalize baseball field in Georgia

January 20, 2022By
Volunteers from STMA, Project EverGreen and the Chatham County Parks & Recreation Department refurbished the baseball field at Mother Mathilda Beasley Park in Savannah, Ga. (Photo credit: Steve and Suz Trusty)

SFMA, Project EverGreen and the Chatham County Parks & Recreation Department teamed up to revitalize a baseball field in Savannah, Ga. read more

Lead-contaminated fields still waiting for cleanup in NYC

May 18, 2018By

The Red Hook Recreation Area is your run-of-the-mill park with all the staples for a community to enjoy: soccer fields, baseball fields, wide open areas. Except it isn’t like every other park; it’s contaminated with lead. This local park in Red Hook, which is in New York City’s Brooklyn borough, has been the center of attention after the discovery of... read more

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A robot to keep your ION

February 17, 2017By
Photo: AT staff

In a better world sports field managers would have a robot bring them a drink and then paint all of the lines of any sports field you can think of without assistance. Well, for those turf professionals willing to make the investment there’s a machine that is on its way to doing one of those things. Bad news, they’re still... read more

TigerTurf products receive IPEMA certification

November 17, 2015By

Synthetic turf line TigerTurf has received an International Play Equipment Manufacturers Association (IPEMA) certificate for five of its turf products. TigerTurf’s synthetic grass playground surface systems also meet the requirements necessary under the American Society For Testing Materials F1292 certification. TigerTurf’s Diamond Pro line, Diamond Light line, Everglade Pro line and its Pet/All-Purpose Turf are now certified under the IPEMA... read more

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