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  • 2020 Kubota Loader and Forks
    Brand new this year Loader and Forks loader never used, Forks were used 5 times
  • Grounds Staff
    Looking for several maintenance people to do mowing of greens, tees and fairways. Also other daily duties including changing of pins, hand watering, weed eating, etc.
  • Toro/John Deere/Cushman/Smithco 3WD Bunker Rake Infield Groomer
    Large selection of pre-owned sand groomers ideal for golf courses, horse arenas,and sports fields....many makes and models with attachments available starting price at $1,000 most of these units will need TLC to be perfect we can deliver anywhere please call for details. www.cuttinggreenllc.com
  • 2012 Toro Sand Pro 3040
    Unit has rear auxillary hydraulic ports www.cuttinggreenllc.com
  • Turf Equipment Technician
    Minimum 5 years experience machinery and equipment, electrical and hydraulic systems, and the mechanisms of a diesel engine In-depth knowledge of diesel engine components and operational mechanisms Welding and Fabrication experience is a plus Tractor and heavy equipment experience preferred Superior knowledge of maintenance tools and repair equipment Comfortable using mechanical and electrical power tools […]
  • Summer Intern
    Milwaukee Country Club is currently seeking Golf Course Maintenance Interns for the 2021 golf season. Established in 1894, Milwaukee Country Club is Wisconsin’s oldest golf club and one of the oldest clubs in the Midwest. Originally located on Milwaukee’s East Side, the Country Club moved north to its present site in 1911.After several redesigns, the […]
  • Seasonal Intern
    POSITION: Summer Intern DEPARTMENT: Golf Course Grounds REPORTS TO: Assistant Superintendent, Golf Course Superintendent PRIMARY OBJECTIVE: To create a club atmosphere where absolute satisfaction is our highest priority. JOB SUMMARY: As a DCC golf course Summer Intern you will be expected to work and train with veteran staff members to further pursue your career in […]
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  • Last-Minute Holiday Gifts Right From Your Front Yard
    No matter how detailed the list, things fall through and you forget that special someone’s gift. At Spring-Green, we know preparing for the holidays can be stressful and time-consuming. Make your life easier with these last-minute gift ideas, using tree limbs from your front yard. Those fallen branches you meant to clean up before guests arrive, can be turned […]
  • Why Are My Tree Branches Falling off?
      Have you noticed your trees are losing branches? Are more limbs collecting in your yard than normal? If so, you might be wondering if it is time to start worrying about the health of your trees. There are many reasons that tree branches fall. Some indicate a problem. Some don’t. Here are the questions […]
  • Prepare and Protect Your Lawn This Trick-or-Treating Season
      With Halloween quickly approaching, Spring-Green wants to provide a helpful guide to navigate the upcoming trick-or-treaters. These tips will help you to prep and protect your lawn while still enjoying all the costumes, candy, and fun!  Why do I need to protect my lawn?   The cooling temperatures that move in for the fall season tend to alter the durability of your lawn. This causes the grass to go dormant, halts the growing […]
  • How To Test The pH Of Your Soil
    As homeowners you may hear the call to test the pH level of your soil quite often. It may seem like a great concept, but many questions swirl around putting a pH test into action. Spring-Green, your neighborhood lawn care experts, have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions our customers have asked […]
  • How To Paw Proof Your Yard
    The world has many outside playtimes and that is not excluding our furry friends. With more lawn renovation than ever before, it is important to tackle the need of paw proofing your yard.  Harsh chemicals, poisonous plants, faded yellow spots, and so much more remain a threat to your family’s well-being. However, Spring-Green is here […]
  • What to Know When Renovating Your Lawn
    Many savvy homeowners are taking their lawncare into their own hands. Whether you’re renovating your yard to sale your home or want a healthier, greener lawn, Spring-Green has the knowledge you need to make it a success. From timing to tips to weed control, we’ll guide you through the details. What are the benefits of […]
  • Which Grassy Weed is in My Lawn?
    It is not uncommon for a customer to believe they have crabgrass in their lawn, when in fact, they may have one of several perennial uncontrollable grassy weeds growing in their lawn.  The difficulty is telling which grassy weed is present.  Without getting into a lot of detail, here are a few simple clues to […]
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  • Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Urges Continued Vigilance After Dead Spotted Lanternfly Cases Identified in Michigan
    The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) is asking freight carriers, warehouse workers and delivery drivers to be on the lookout for invasive spotted lanternfly after the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) confirmed dead spotted lanternfly insects were found in Michigan in recent weeks. While the specimens found were dead, these cases […]
  • USDA's Cutting-Edge Methods Help Deliver a Victory Against Asian Giant Hornet
    After weeks of searching, Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) entomologists–—using a radio tag provided by USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service and a trap developed by the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service–— have located and eradicated the first Asian giant hornet (AGH) nest ever found in the United States. For months, WSDA had been […]
  • Invasive Clam Discovered by Sherburne County Youth
    This past August, a new population of golden clams, Corbicula fluminea, was discovered by twelve-year-old budding conservationist, William Guthrie. The new infestation was found in Briggs Lake (Sherburne County). The discovery of golden clams in Briggs Lake is significant because it is an inland lake with no supplemental heat source. If the clams can survive […]
  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announces Winner of National Prize Challenge to Defeat Bat-Killing Fungus
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced today that a team of six researchers from Oregon State University and the University of California, Santa Cruz are the winners of a national prize challenge to combat white-nose syndrome (WNS), a lethal wildlife disease that has killed millions of bats in North America and pushed some […]
  • APHIS Begins Eradicating Asian Longhorned Beetle Infestation in Charleston County, South Carolina
    Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and Clemson University’s Department of Plant Industry (DPI) announced their plans for combatting the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) in Charleston County, South Carolina. In June, APHIS and DPI confirmed the beetle is infesting trees in the county. The eradication strategy in South […]
  • ICYMI Bulletin: USGS Uses "eDNA" to Combat Invasive Species
    Invasive zebra and quagga mussels are an immediate threat to Western states. With no controls, they spread rapidly, foul boats and equipment, clog water intake, and increase costs to hydropower operations and municipal water utilities. Even dead mussels can be a nuisance, littering beaches with shells. Management of these invaders is expensive; in the Great […]
  • New Website Offers Help Identifying and Managing Woody Invasive Plants
    For landscapes plagued by autumn olive or entangled in oriental bittersweet, a new website offers help identifying and managing woody invasive plants like these. WoodyInvasives.org, developed by the Woody Invasives of the Great Lakes Collaborative, contains a wealth of information about how to distinguish woody invasive species from similar beneficial plants, an interactive map showing […]