Writing for Lawn & Landscape

I know the topic might not be all that interesting to some of you, but I thought I'd share anyway. I recently started contributing to Lawn & Landscape, a magazine for the original "green" industry (in other words, lawn and landscaping contractors, golf course groundskeepers, etc.). I'm writing an occasional profile for them (when I have time—ha!) about businesses that are doing great things.

I don't do a lot of profile writing in my full-time job so it's a nice change of pace.

Here's the first one: Bright Days for Bryant

And the second: The Road Less Traveled

Another nice thing? I get a byline and a writer bio. Not that it's necessary, but a lot of the writing I do is byline-free, so it's nice to have a few clips that have my name on them!

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