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Monthly Free Webinars

May 1, 2018

Mark your calendars for SFMA’s new Free Webinar series! Every month, SFMA will be promoting a different webinar with free access to the webinar for one week only. Keep a

GDPR – Effective May 25!

May 1, 2018

What is the GDPR? It is the General Data Protection Regulation, and it affects all EU citizens no matter where they are living now (EU countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic

Two-minute Tip to Success — Elevate your Career: Win an Award, Achieve Certification

May 1, 2018

Further your professional development by winning a Field of the Year award or achieving the CSFM designation or the Environmental Facility Certification -- or all three! Attaining recognition is a very

Will $52K a year fix a town’s poor fields?

May 1, 2018

An annual maintenance plan making all town athletic fields safer for those using them would cost approximately $52,000, an expert told town officials and sports program representatives Monday at a

New practice fields at TCU feature Tiff Tuff

May 1, 2018

The trucks and crews can’t move fast enough for TCU football coach Gary Patterson. The $2 million renovations to the practice fields just west of the Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility

Flag football to replace tackle at IL junior high schools

May 1, 2018

The Chicago Daily Herald reported that flag football to replace tackle at Naperville junior highs Junior high ball carriers will be down with the tug of a flag — not

Virginia Youth Soccer partners with Natural Grass Advisory Group

May 1, 2018

The Virginia Youth Soccer Association (VYSA) announced that they have entered into an exclusive partnership with Natural Grass Advisory Group (NGAG). As a VYSA partner, NGAG will support VYSA field

Are turf managers finally getting the recognition they deserve?

April 26, 2018

Last year brought somewhat of a revolution for the turf industry as the outside world started to acknowledge and appreciate the grueling and significant role field maintenance professionals play in

Augmenting HS athletic budgets with sponsorships

April 26, 2018

From April 2018 Athletic Business, by John C. Barnes In the current economic climate, public education programs are squeezed for every penny allocated and educators are forced to make-do with less.

Already broken: new turf field closed for repairs

April 26, 2018

From Zip06.com, by Zoe Roos It was not so long ago that new turf field at Guilford (CT) High School (GHS) was the center of heated debate over the potential health