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  • TyCrop MH-400
    This is a TYCROP MH-400 4 yd topdresser with cross conveyor and twin spinners. It has a brand new main belt (see pics below,) side skirts and several bearings. Rollers are in great condition. Tilts great. A local golf course is currently renting this unit for use on their course so 'yes' it's runs very […]
  • Cooper Lindhardt
    Turf Management student with a demonstrated history of working in the industry. Skilled in Turf Management, Task Management, Irrigation , People Management, and Agronomy. Pursuing a Bachelor of Science - in Turfgrass Management from Utah State University. Will graduate in the Spring of 2020 Seeking an assistant golf course superintendent job upon graduation.
  • Equipment/Shop Manager
    The responsibility of the Mechanic is to assist in maintaining the excellent playing condition of the golf course. The Mechanic will perform major and minor mechanical repairs on a variety of diesel and gasoline powered equipment under the general direction of the Superintendent. This position will oversee both the Neumann Golf Course and the Woodland […]
  • 2nd Assistant Superintendent
    PENINSULA GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB. 18-hole Donald Ross designed private club in San Mateo, just south of San Francisco. Course restoration completed under the direction of Ron Forse. New golf course maintenance center completed in 2016. There are several course and infrastructure projects in motion including the development of a reverse osmosis treatment system, well […]
  • Summer Internship
    Wannamoisett Country Club is a classic Donald Ross designed course and has been ranked as one of the Top 50 courses in the nation by Golf Magazine, Golf Week, and Golf Digest. Wannamoisett hosted the PGA Championship in 1931 and welcomes the world's best amateur golfers to our annual Northeast Amateur Invitational Tournament. At Wannamoisett […]
  • Summer Intern
    Vineyard Golf Club is an all organic golf course that opened in 2002. In 2015, Vineyard Golf Club was awarded "Best New Private Course" through GOLF Magazine, after a complete renovation by Gil Hanse and his team. VGC is ranked in the top 100 on "Top 100 Golf Courses" along with the 15th ranking in […]
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  • Fall Fertilizer Tips To Set Your Calendar By
    Fall is right around the corner. That means it’s time to play football, pick out pumpkins and prep our lawns for the cold winter months ahead. Fall fertilizing can set your lawn up for success year-round, but timing does matter. Drill down on the best practices for fall fertilizer with the experts from Spring-Green, your […]
  • Summer’s Almost Over – Get Your Garden Ready For Fall
    The Northern Hemisphere officially marks the close of summer on September 23rd this year, while most of us consider Labor Day to be the end of all things summer-related. While some of us look forward to the fall season and all approaching holidays, some are left with a feeling of concern, confusion or dread as we […]
  • Stay Sharp: How To Keep Your Lawn Mower Blade Working Its Best
    Have you ever pondered the sharpness of your lawn mower? If so, you are not alone in your consideration of the sharpness of your mower. You can follow all the mowing tips and mowing best practices available for consumption, but with a dull blade, you won’t get too far. The pros at Spring-Green, your neighborhood […]
  • All The Tips To Keep Your Lawn Hydrated This Summer
    Watering the lawn is not rocket science, but it sometimes feels like there’s a hidden formula to watering the lawn that only few among us know. Add to that the deluge of summer rains, droughts and/or water restrictions and homeowners are left wishing for winter. Wait, what, no – we love summer, but just want […]
  • Stay Safe from Fleas and Ticks This Summer
    Fleas and ticks can create a nuisance in our summer fun and contribute to minor yet annoying health problems. Spring-Green, your neighborhood lawn care specialists since 1977, has compiled a guide to get you schooled up on the threats fleas and ticks pose and, most importantly, how to control these pesky intruders. Answers To Your […]
  • How To Mosquito-Proof Your Yard For Summer Fun
    Summer is finally here. Time to celebrate the sun, the great outdoors and the season for fun! Get ready for 4th of July festivities and lots of impromptu summer BBQ’s without the uninvited guests – mosquitoes. Mosquito control is the goal of many a homeowner. Mosquitoes are not only an itchy nuisance, but they can […]
  • Pollinators: Tips For Attracting More Bees + Butterflies
    As summer kicks into full gear, it’s the best time to step outside and take in the glories of nature. Spending time engulfed in your home’s outdoor oasis is even better when the garden is full of beautiful flowers and foliage to enhance our enjoyment. If your garden is full of plants that attract butterflies […]
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  • Service Announces $100,000 Challenge to Save Nation’s Bats Funding will support efforts to combat white-nose syndrome, a deadly fungal disease
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is announcing a $100,000 challenge to combat white-nose syndrome (WNS), a lethal fungus that has killed millions of bats in North America and pushed some native bat species to the brink of extinction. Funding will be awarded to individuals who identify innovative ways to permanently eradicate, weaken or disarm […]
  • Seek and Destroy: The Spotted Lanternfly
    Spotted lanternfly is a threat to Maryland and the U.S. The Maryland Department of Agriculture issued a quarantine October 28, 2019 in an effort to contain the invasive species in Cecil and Harford counties after the spotted lanternfly was spotted in Cecil’s northeastern corner and along Harford’s northern border. See additional resources on the Maryland […]
  • USDA Declares United States Free from Plum Pox Virus
    At a ceremony today, USDA Under Secretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs Greg Ibach declared the United States free of plum pox virus. Under Secretary Ibach signed a proclamation marking this historic announcement. "Today, our 20-year fight against plum pox disease is officially over,” Under Secretary Ibach said. “Working with our partners, we’ve eliminated this […]
  • USDA Declares New York City Free of the Asian Longhorned Beetle
    On October 10, 2019, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) in coordination with the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and New York City Department of Parks and Recreation announced that they have eliminated the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) […]
  • Addressing Invasive Species in Ships' Ballast Water - Treaty Amendments Enter into Force
    Amendments to an international treaty aimed at preventing the spread of potentially invasive species in ships' ballast water entered into force on 13 October 2019. The International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004 (the BWM Convention) was adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), a specialized agency of […]
  • Invasive Snakehead Fish Caught in Gwinnett County (Georiga)
    The Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division confirmed someone found a northern snakehead in early October in a pond on private property in Gwinnett County, marking the first time the invasive fish has been found in the state. Fishermen who find a northern snakehead should take pictures, note where it was caught and […]
  • Cheating Cheatgrass
    ARS scientists in Nevada, studied ways to control cheatgrass and restore rangelands to a healthy mix of plants, which in turn reduces wildfire threats, supports wildlife, and increases sustainable grazing resources.
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