Another impressive slate of irrigation professionals submitted landmark projects this year for ASIC's 2011 Annual Excellence in Irrigation Awards, presented at the ASIC-IA joint water conference in Denver, CO.
When you have a reputation for being accident-prone, there are some things you should probably avoid. But tree surgeon Tom Connelly didn't heed the warning signs – and nearly beheaded himself in an horrific chainsaw accident.
If "in-use" non-road emissions regulations may be in your future, or if you face other emissions requirements by way of bid specifications or green construction sites, you’re likely asking yourself what you can do with Tier 0 and Tier 1 equipment in your fleet.
Higher demand for organically grown foods has farmers seeking new methods to increase crop yields and reduce weeds without the use of chemicals. One very practical solution uses a readily available resource and requires no additional costs or time-consuming weeding and cultivating. It is, simply, maximizing the light of the sun.
WE ARE GOLF, a coalition of four of the game's leading associations, was announced today as an initiative to change the face of golf and to represent the economic, human and environmental benefits of the industry at federal, state and local levels of government.
The International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities, the International Olympic Committee nd the International Paralympic Committee announce this year's winners of architectural award for sports and leisure facilities.
The Organic Center, a national non-profit organization supporting research and education on the consumer and environmental health benefits of organic food and farming, has donated another $30,000 to support organic agriculture research and programming at Washington State University in Pullman.
Aquatrols, the source of products that help greenkeepers and growers optimize soil water management and conserve water, has been a significant contributor to the recently launched new Golf Environment Organisation (GEO) website.
Amsterdam city council is turning its attention to a pressing problem for one of the city's key business sectors -- banking and credit for prostitutes who can't get accounts from mainstream institutions.
Frank Jirik began his career by tending to the turf at the old Metropolitan Stadium and sweeping floors at the former Met Sports Center. From those humble beginnings, Jirik rose to become general manager of the former Bloomington arena, and went on to oversee the design, construction and management of the HP Pavilion in San Jose.