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Abby Hart is the managing editor of Landscape Management. A native Clevelander, she spent 10 years in Chicago, where she was operations manager of a global hospitality consultancy. She also worked as managing editor of Illumine, a health and wellness magazine; and a marketing specialist for B2B publications. Abby has a degree in journalism from Boston University’s College of Communication.

Posts by Abby Hart

D/B+I CEOs offer their top tips for growth Posted on 21 Nov 2017 in the Design/Build+Installation categories.

There wasn’t a specific theme for National Association of Landscaping Professionals‘ (NALP) Design/Build panel session during this year’s Landscapes conference, held in conjunction with GIE+EXPO, but it seemed there was one... Read more»

Salute to service: How GreenCare for Troops is giving back to military families in need Posted on 08 Nov 2017 in the 1117 & Current Issue categories.

Who will mow the lawn? Who’s going to shovel the driveway and the sidewalk in the winter? Last year, Carla Nichols asked these questions, among many others, as her husband,... Read more»

GreenCare for Troops Guide: Freedom isn’t free Posted on 08 Nov 2017 in the 1117 & Cover story & Current Issue categories.

Troy Clogg’s father was a World War II veteran, and this fact drives his participation with GreenCare for Troops and other military nonprofits. “Freedom isn’t free,” says Clogg. “It’s taken... Read more»

GreenCare for Troops Guide: Doing the right thing Posted on 08 Nov 2017 in the 1117 & Cover story & Current Issue categories.

As a business owner in a military community, Bill Lillie sees his fair share of families and disabled veterans dealing with hard times—trying to juggle basic daily tasks, such as... Read more»

GreenCare for Troops Guide: Start somewhere Posted on 08 Nov 2017 in the 1117 & Cover story & Current Issue categories.

For business owners and individuals alike, part of the difficulty of beginning a volunteer activity might be getting over the initial intimidation. Paul Fraynd, co-owner of Sun Valley Landscaping in... Read more»