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Greenkeeper academy delivers first graduates

Students at the Greenkeeper Academy in Warth wrote their final exams in October to become a state-recognized sports ground manager.…

The FA to the rescue

Wembley’s grounds manager Karl Standley helped to save the day for a school in Hastings. When the St. Leonard’s Academy…

USDA Biobased label for Synlawns

Synlawn has earned the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Certified Biobased Product label for some of its products. The product,…

Drøbak Golf Club Signs New Agreement With Hako Ground & Garden

The Toro Company announces that Drøbak Golf Club has signed a long term contract with Toro distributor Hako Ground &…

BIGGA and Jacobsen call for FTMI participants

Jacobsen and BIGGA are calling aspiring greenkeepers to register for the The Future Turf Managers Initiative (FTMI). The programme has…

US Environmental Protection Agency to study PFAS

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is calling on postdoctoral fellows to apply for a position at their Office of…

FIH introduces quality standards for field equipment

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced that its Quality Programme is expanding its reach beyond hockey turfs and fields…

NFLPA President says synthetic turf should be eliminated

JC Trerrer, a former player of the Packers and currently with the Cleveland Browns, argues that only grass fields should…

BEM for Cambridge United groundsman

Cambridge United stadium manager and groundsman Ian Darler has been awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours…

EU awards EUR 2.5 million to Re-Match upcycling initiative

Danish synthetic turf recycling company Re-Match has received EUR 2.5 million for a project  to generate new turf yarns of…