UAC Magazine

UAC Magazine is a content-rich publication distributed to UAC Business Level members (a member benefit) as well as friends of the association in the media, education, and government.


UAC Magazine is a glossy color magazine published four times each year. The current issue is available for viewing on the UAC website; past issues are archived for members to access online at any time. Ads are included in both print and online versions.

UAC Magazine Spring 2019

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Spring 2019


  • Executive Director message
  • UAC Friendraiser First ever vendor-sponsored event!
  • GALA winners  2017 & 2018 award winners including Judges’ Choice
  • What did you miss?  2019 Landscape Pro University
  • Looking to grow your team?  UAC website job posting feature
  • The easiest 5% you’ll ever save! Auto-recurring renewal


  • Me & my mentor  Laura Guilmette, Unique Environmental Landscapes

  • Have you met  Andy Batcheller, Handy Andy Outdoors, LLC

  • Pest 411   A new exotic tick is headed to Georgia

  • Marketplace news  New feature for UAC Magazine

  • Save the date

  • Safety works UAC Safety School

  • What the tech? Putting Facebook ads to work

  • Directory of advertisers


  • Partnering with vendors  Using relationships to grow your business

  • Managing through the stress  Motivate and empower your team

  • Securing your customer data  5 steps to protect this critical information

  • Landscape management apprenticeship  NALP launches program


  • 2019 AgLanta Innovation and entrepreneurship

  • Capitol Connection UAC member survey results

  • UGA helps Savannah’s recovery Creating green space and training

  • 2019 Sod Producers’ Report Annual survey examines inventory and price

  • Braman named Women’s Leadership Fellow

  • NICH 2018 Annual Report Changing the landscape


  • Scout early for timely control Spring & early summer turfgrass diseases

  • Microbes help grass thrive  UGA researchers study relationship

  • What are soil contaminants? And how did the soil get contaminated?

  • Fragrance with a bonus  Please your sense of smell, attract pollinators

  • EverColor sedges  Every beautiful grassy texture

  • Managing community forests, part 1  Risk hazard and assessment

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