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Griffith Park Fire Restoration
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California fires spark a collaborative mudslide prevention initiative...

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Golf Course Items Expected Life Cycle (ASGCA: January 2006)
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Component life spans can vary depending upon location of the golf course, quality of materials, original installation and past maintenance practices. We encourage golf course leaders to work with their golf course architect, superintendents and others to assess the longevity of their particular course’s components.

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Restoring Fox Creek Bank (LandscapeOnline.com: August 2002)
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Case study reporting the use of bonded fiber matrix for a revegetation project on a native-oak forested bank...

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Dissolved Salts in Root Zones Containing Inorganic Amendments (Golfdom: March 2012)
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Article regarding column leaching experiment to test concern that root zones containing inorganic amendments…

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Roadway Revegetation (Storm Water Solutions: March/April 2012)
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Variances in terrain and weather in the Azores required a suite of solutions to improve roadways.

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GCBAA
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Profile Products is a proud Charter Member of the Golf Course Builders Association of America

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Delivering on a Grand Dream (By Design: Summer 2012)
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Article explains how Donald Trump’s new Scottish links were successfully constructed

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HydroMulching Stabilizes NC Landslide (Land and Water July/August 2012)
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That was the thought process that kept Allen Stewart and his High Country Hydroseeding team diligently laboring on the Maggie Valley, NC landslide in February of 2010.

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Canyon Challenge (Storm Water Solutions: July/August 2012)
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A tough ecosystem in California landfill makes for daunting erosion control job

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Tough Turf (Storm Water Solutions: July/August 2012)
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Vegetation is the most accepted method for protecting against erosion. However, when sites exhibit extreme conditions where high-flow velocities and shear stresses exceed the limits of natural vegetation, “hard armor” is often assumed to be the only answer.

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