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2014 Scholarship Winners

PGMS ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS FOR 2014!
The scholarship committee wants to congratulate all of the 2014 scholarship recipients. We wish them well in the future and hope the scholarships help to reduce their collegiate expenses. The scholarship program is a wonderful way to recognize interns that work for you or college students you meet in the […]

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2014 Spring Regional Seminar and Site Visit

PGMS is heading to sunny Orlando, Florida March 3-4, 2014 for the Spring Regional Seminar and Site Visit and we want YOU along with us for the ride! Explore Harry P. Leu Gardens, the University of Central Florida and a horticultural tour of SeaWorld! As always, the educational seminars will provide a multidimensional learning opportunity […]

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2012 Portland Regional Grounds Management Seminar & Site Visit a Success!

In the same week that Pat Sajak and Vanna White were in Portland, Ore. testing students from the University
of Washington, Washington State and Portland State on “Wheel of Fortune,” PGMS and 45 of its members were in town participating in another dynamic regional seminar and site visit.
Coordinated by PGMS North West Regional Director Gerald Landby, […]

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Get PGMS Certified!

One of the most important things that you can do to advance your career is to continue your professional development. Demonstrate your commitment to grounds management and your career by becoming a Certified Grounds Manager (CGM) or Certified Grounds Technician (CGT).
The Certified Grounds Manager program is the premiere program of its type in the Green […]

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Sustainable Sites Initiative

PGMS JOINS SUSTAINABLE SITES INITIATIVE™
In June of 2012 the Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) joined the Sustainable Sites Initiative™ as a participating organization. The Sustainable Sites Initiative is an interdisciplinary effort by the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin and the United States […]

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