Regional Turf Care Account Manager
For over 45 years Aquarius Supply is a leading supplier of landscape and irrigation products in the Mid-Atlantic Region. With eleven branches in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia, we pride ourselves as innovators in the industries we serve. Our family work environment, comprehensive cutting edge inventory, competitive prices, and knowledgeable staff set us apart from the competition
We are currently looking for a professional to manage our Turf Care sales efforts in the DE, MD and VA region. Specifically Aquarius is a major distributor of the Holganix brand of Bio-Nutritional supplements. For more information visit www.holganix.com. Having started at the ground floor with this game changing product line, we are now ready to expand to the next level with a Turf Professional leading the Team.
Our successful candidate will possess a minimum of 5 - 7 years sales experience, preferably in the lawn care, irrigation, contractor supply, or landscape markets. A combination of education and experience equivalent to an associate’s degree in agronomy, turf grass management and sales experience preferred.
Aquarius Supply offers a competitive compensation package and benefit plan, which includes; medical and dental insurance, 401k pension plan, life insurance and a company vehicle.
To learn more about Aquarius Supply, please visit us at www.aquariusSupply.com.
Interested candidates should email their resume along with salary history to:
You're invited to the
Mid-Atlantic Sports Turf Managers Assocation
Inaugural Meeting & Seminar
FREE: Lunch and Learn at M&T Bank Stadium
Join your colleagues, peers, and Mid-Atlantic industry experts for a full day of learning and sharing at the inaugural meeting of the newly formed Mid-Atlantic Sports Turf Managers Association (MASTMA). This full day educational seminar is eligible for 6 pesticide re-certification credits(Category 3C [Turf]).
Hear from the legendary Don Follett of M&T Bank Stadium, Jerad Minnick of Growing Innovations, and Dr. Kevin Mathias of University of Maryland.
Join us for a turf quality evaluation equipment field demonstration followed by an open panel discussion with leading industry experts including: Don Follett, Nicole McFadyen, John Turnour, Steven King, Ryan Bjorn, and Patrick Coakley.
The seminar adjourns with a quick turf grass research update from Dr. Thomas Turner and happy hour drink specials across the street at Pickles Pub.
The MASTMA steering committee will also be taking nominations for Board of Directors and officers. This meeting will set the stage for shaping the new chapter so all participation is encouraged.
Networking Happy Hour at Pickles Pub
Enjoy happy hour specials with your peers in a private party suite in the newly renovated second floor of the infamous Pickles Pub.
Conveniently located within walking distance from M&T Bank Stadium across from Oriole Park at Camden Yards: 520 Washington Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21230.
MASTMA Inaugural Meeting & Seminar
Mission Statement: The STMA Mid-Atlantic Chapter promotes the profession of sports field management via a nurturing environment consisting of education, innovation, mentoring, and networking.
October 25, 2016
Registration begins at 9:30 am
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore - Club Level
ATTENDANCE IS FREE
Medical, Dental, 401K
Classic Landscaping is seeking a highly motivated individual for the position of Commercial Lawn & Plant Health Care Technician. Position is salaried and offers benefits. Bonuses are also awarded for stellar performance. Classic Landscaping is a multimillion-dollar corporation that provides "best in class" services to its clients.
Commercial Lawn & Plant Health Care Technician
Provides service to commercial customers, HOA’s, apartments, by making timely lawn/landscape applications in the field, diagnosing and correcting lawn/landscaping problems through service calls and other customer communications.
· Applies fertilizers and other products to lawns, shrubs and trees according to customer program and label instructions
· Evaluates and diagnoses lawn problems
· Proactively schedules properties and routing and completes jobs timely
· Drives company vehicle to properties
· Operates heavy equipment in the aeration, seeding, fertilizing of properties
· This full-time position also requires participation in providing snow and ice management services during the winter
Education and Experience Requirements:
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Full service landscape maintenance company, providing extraordinary service since 1979. Serving North Central Maryland and South Central Pennsylvania. We serve our customers through responsiveness, accountability, integrity, service, and excellence.
David Corbin Harmon, 76, of Williamsburg, VA, passed away on July 17, 2016, after a lengthy illness.
Dave was born in Anderson, IN on May 12, 1940, to I. Don and Martha (Guest) Harmon. He graduated from Purdue University in Lafayette, IN, with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Agronomy in 1962.
Dave started his career as a golf course construction supt. in Escondido, CA working for architect Jack Snyder of AZ. He then moved to Suffolk, VA to construct Cedar Point Golf Club, where he stayed on as the Golf Course Supt. for seven years.
In 1970, he and his family moved to Williamsburg, VA to be Director of Recreational Activities for Colonial Williamsburg and GCS of the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club. He was there for 21 years. He ended his career working for the City of Newport News as both GCS and Landscape Consultant, retiring in 2008.
Dave was the winner of the 2012 Virginia Golf Course Supt. Assoc. President's Award for Lifetime Service. He was a GCSAA member for 51 years. He won the Leo Feser Award for writing Editorials for the Golf Course Management magazine.
He was a founder of the Old Dominion GCSA. He is survived by his wife of 53 ½ years, Mary (Linenburger) Harmon, two children: daughter, Karla Donn Finkenauer (Peter) and son, David Jeffery Harmon (Noelle); five grandchildren, Courtney and Blake Finkenauer and Corbin, Noah, and Katie Harmon; sister, Sue Handley, her three daughters and their families. Dave enjoyed his church family at Wellspring United Methodist Church, camping with First Virginia Good Sam, and traveling.
Published in Daily Press on July 24, 2016 - See more at:http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dailypress/obituary.aspx?pid=180717671#sthash.cgKUhtb6.dpuf
Dear Maryland Turfgrass Council Members and Friends,
I am very pleased to announce that there is renewed and dedicated interest in re-establishing an STMA affiliated chapter in the Mid-Atlantic region. Led by Steering Committee members Nicole Andrews, Don Follett, Nicole McFadyen, Michael Stachowicz, Heather Johannes, Jerad Minnick, Jason Kopp, and Dr. Kevin Mathias, they are in the process of assessing interest; thus, the reason for this email.
STMA does not release its members’ email addresses without permission. If you are interested in learning about the Chapter’s formation and how you can be a part of it, please email me, and I will notify the Steering Committee.
I know you will agree, "All agronomy is local" and having a strong local chapter as a resource can be very valuable to your continuing education, career advancement and to your community.
Kim Heck, CEO
Sports Turf Managers Association
Our mailing address is:
805 New Hampshire, Ste E, Lawrence, KS, 66044
Copyright (C) 2013 *Sports Turf Managers Association* All rights reserved.
Maryland Turfgrass Council
Last Chance to get the RECERTIFICATION
of YOUR MD Pesticide and MD Fertilizer Applicator Licenses!!
When: Friday, June 24, 2016
Place: University of MD
Turfgrass Research Farm
395 Greenmeade Dr.
College Park, MD 20742
Cost: Free to MTC Members
$50 to Non-MTC Members
Registration: 8-9 am
Class: 9 am -1 pm
You can recertify both licenses by attending 1 class
Please pre-register by using one of the phone numbers or the e-mail below.
All Licenses expire Thursday June 30 unless YOU re-certify.
Vernon W. Cooper | Executive Director
O. 410-745-9643 | C. 443-742-6618 | F.410-745-8867
Institute of Applied Agriculture Celebrates 50 Years
On Saturday May 14 2016, the University of Maryland Institute of Applied Agriculture celebrated 50 years of growing careers in agriculture with its 50th Anniversary Gala at the University of Maryland Marriott Hotel and Conference Center. Tony Pagnotti had the welcoming remarks and was the nights emcee. Current students, alumni and friends of the IAA were encouraged by the remarks from Dr. Craig Beyrouty, the dean of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and from Gloria Hyman, director of the IAA, who gave the toast for the 'Tute.
Next up was Dr. Kevin Matthias, who then reflected on the 50 years of the Institute of Applied Agriculture and the student experience at the IAA.
Attendees had the opportunity to bid on dozens of silent auction items, many of which were donated by IAA students and alumni.
The MTC is a proud sponsor of the IAA 50th Anniversary Gala and congratulates IAA for its support of the turf industry.
A group picture of IAA alumni, which included some members from the very first class to the most recent. Congratulations to all of them.
A group picture of IAA alumni, which included some members from the very first class to the most recent. Congratulations to all of them.
Golf ball gift for the event
In 2015 we started a “Turfgrass Education Sponsors Program” to provide our vendors, supporters, friends and members of the MTC yet another opportunity to get your company name and web page out to all of the industry. Response was so favorable that we have decided to expand the program more this year in hopes of doubling or perhaps even surpassing that goal. YOU are invited to:
Become a 2016 PLATINUM Sponsor with a $2500 donation. As a Platinum Sponsor you will be listed on all the sponsor's signs, be encouraged to display a table top display at all the above functions FREE of CHARGE and we will list your company name on our letter head plus we will list your company name and web page linked to your web page on our web “Sponsors” page and all e-blasts we do throughout the year. Additionally, you will be entitled to exhibit FREE of CHARGE using a single booth at the next M.A.T.E. Conference (additional booth space maybe purchased directly from M.A.T.E.) or to enter a foursome at the Annual MTC/Angie Cammarota Golf Tournament for Turfgrass Research.
Become a 2016 GOLD Sponsor with a $1000 donation. As a Gold Sponsor you will be listed on all the sponsor's signs, be encouraged to display a table top display at all the “Bronze Sponsor” functions FREE of CHARGE (except the M.A.T.E. Conference) and we will list your company name on our letter head plus we will list your company name and web page linked to your own web page on our web “Sponsors” page and all e-blasts we do throughout the year (a new system we just started that is working very well).
Become a 2016 SILVER Sponsor with a $500 donation. As a Silver Sponsor we will provide the same signs showing your company name and web site at all the same function as the Bronze Sponsor, plus you will be encouraged to display a table top display at all the “Bronze Sponsor” functions FREE of CHARGE (except the M.A.T.E. Conference).
Become a 2016 BRONZE Sponsor with a $250 donation. As a Bronze Sponsor we will provide signs showing your company name and web site at all the MTC Sponsored Pesticide and Fertilizer Applicator Recertification Classes, The MTC/Angie Cammarota Golf Tournament and at the MTC Display at next winter's M.A.T.E. Conference plus any other MTC sponsored activities.
Please complete the form on the back and return as soon as possible
Please be generous and be a “2016 Turfgrass Education Sponsor” and help us continue supporting the University of Maryland Turfgrass Program for 2016.
Company Name Company Contact
Company Web Page Address
_____$2500 PLATINUM Sponsor - Your Company Name and Web Site on signs at MTC Functions and encourage to display a table top display at all MTC functions. List your company name on our letter head, list your company name and web page linked to your own web page on our web “Sponsors” page and all e-blasts throughout the year. PLUS, exhibit FREE of CHARGE, using a single booth, at the next M.A.T.E. Conference (additional booth space maybe purchased directly from M.A.T.E.) or a foursome at the Annual MTC/Angie Cammarota Golf Tournament for Turfgrass Research.
____$1000 GOLD Sponsor - Your Company Name and Web Site on signs at MTC Functions and encourage to display a table top display at all MTC functions (except M.A.T.E. Conf.). PLUS, list your company name on our letter head, list your company name and web page linked to your own web page on our web “Sponsors” page and all e-blasts we do throughout the year.
____$500 SILVER Sponsor – Your Company Name and Web Site on signs at MTC Functions PLUS encourage to display a table top display at all MTC functions (except M.A.T.E. Conf.)
____ $250 BRONZE Sponsor – Your Company Name and Web Site on signs at MTC Functions
____Check (Made Payable to MTC) ____Credit Card #________________________
_____ Exp. Date ____ Security Code (back)
__________________________________________ Name on Credit Card
Address where Credit Card Bill is sent
Click on one of our downloadable 2016 Turfgrass Education Sponsor Letters now!
MTC Sponsorship Letter.pdf
MTC Sponsorship Letter.docx
We have a few new website updates and features that you should know about:
1. Employment Opportunities: You can now look at current job listings or post an opening for your company.
To post a job listing please send us an email and we can set it up. The fee is $25 for Non-MTC members, and FREE for current MTC members.
2. Turf Technical Bulletins: Dr. Turner from the University of Maryland has sent us a few updated TT- Bulletins for you to use and look at. Dr. Turner is working on a few more as we speak and when they are completed we will be posting them to the MTC Publications page, so please check back.
March Pesticide and Professional Fertilizer Re-Certification Recap
Over 60 turfgrass professionals attended the Maryland Turfgrass Council re-certification held at the Maryland Department of Agriculture on March 10. The continuing education session provided an opportunity for attendees to gain valuable education from the University of Maryland turfgrass research team, earn both fertilizer and pesticide re-certification credits and network with fellow professionals. The training and catered lunch were free to MTC members.
The MTC would like to thank our lunch sponsors: Chesapeake Valley Seed, Jacobsen Turf Equipment, Newsom Seed, Pennington Seed, and Turf Equipment and Supply Company. Thank you very much to all of our educational sponsors to make this a free event with a great lunch for all MTC members!
More pesticide re-certification trainings are being organized for this spring…stay tuned for more information on dates and locations!
The Maryland Turfgrass Council P.O. Box 389, St. Michaels, MD 21663 Phone: (443) 742-6618