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UAC Magazine - Nov/Dec 2017

UAC Magazine – Nov/Dec 2017

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November/December 2017

UAC NEWS

  • Executive Director message
  • What did you miss?  UAC Sporting Clays Tournament
  • What did you miss?  UAC Dinner with Champions
  • 2017 Pioneer Award  Spence Rosenfeld honored with “Silver Spade”
  • UAC Safety Zone awards get even better
  • 2017 EDGE Expo  Sessions, speakers, and schedule

REGULAR FEATURES

  • Pest 411   Scale insect management
  • Me & my mentor  Terry Kraft, LawnSouth
  • Have you met…Bret Bowlin, ATL Urban Farms
  • Save the date
  • Safety works Working near roadways
  • Health & benefits UAC health insurance plan
  • Pro project  Perennial POW!, Simply Flowers, Inc.
  • What the tech? Connecting with your customers

BUSINESS

  • Workforce development series  Economy and employment picture
  • Understanding H-2B  It may be a matter of survival
  • Living the good life  Outdoor living spaces
  • UGA Small Business Development Center
  • Light up your fall revenue  Lighting pros share profit-building tips

INDUSTRY

  • Georgia water rights Case to be heard by U.S. Supreme Court
  • $95M fine is historic Steep penalty for hiring undocumented workers
  • UGA cuts ribbon Turfgrass facilities across the state officially open
  • Sidney B. Meadows Awards Fund awards $18,000 in scholarships
  • GCLP and GCPP Upcoming certification opportunities

URBAN AG

  • In the wake of Irma Tree replacement options
  • Ornamental pest control publications  Two resources
  • 2017 Classic City Awards  UGA Trial Gardens announce winners
  • ‘Patti Faye’  The most exquisite deodar cedar
  • America’s plant  Georgia Gold-Medal-winning Rudbeckia
  • Salt-tolerant trees  Selecting natives for the Georgia coast
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