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STMA names Stars & Stripes winner

August 19, 2021By

Josh Lenz won the fifth annual "Stars and Stripes" contest winner. Lenz is the Assistant Manager of Athletic Grounds for Arizona State University. read more

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Sports stadium manager shares experience at Bayer’s Women in Golf

October 15, 2020By

A challenge of being a woman in the sports turf industry, according to Sun Roesslein, CSFM, a sports stadium manager with Jeffco Public Schools in Colorado, is the general misconception that many coaches who play at their field for the first time often ask, “I’d like to talk to the guy in charge.” To which she replies, “Yeah, you’re talking... read more

Karen Reardon named 2020 Environmental Communicator of the Year

September 23, 2020By
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The Turf & Ornamental Communicators Association (TOCA) and Project EverGreen recognized Karen Reardon, vice president of public affairs for Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment (RISE), as the recipient of the 2020 TOCA Environmental Communicator of the Year Award. The award, which recognizes individuals for outstanding communications efforts regarding publicly managed green space and environmental issues, was presented during this... read more

Getting turf planted in the nick of time

May 15, 2020By
Mark Razum, head groundskeeper of the Colorado Rockies tends to the infield at Coors Field. (Photo: Colorado Rockies)

Renovating a field in any circumstances can be a challenge. In the case of the Colorado Rockies, the field renovation and heating system update included a snowstorm that put the project two weeks behind and a delayed start of the season due to the coronavirus. The delayed start turned out to be a blessing in disguise, however, as it allowed... read more

Jared Hoyle joins Corteva Agriscience

March 20, 2020By

Jared Hoyle, associate professor, will join Corteva Agriscience on March 30 as a turf and ornamental territory manager serving Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas. Hoyle previously served as an associate professor at Kansas State University (KSU). “This decision was not taken lightly, given the high-quality and professional expectations of the faculty, staff and students at Kansas... read more

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