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Jarraff Launches New Geo-Boy Web Site
Jarraff Industries launched a new Geo-Boy brush cutter Web site at www.geo-boy.com. The interactive site features an intuitive navigation system that allows users to quickly find information. It also offers technical specifications, model overviews, photos, videos, press releases, show calendar and a pre-owned inventory list.
|Jarraff Industries unveiled a new, interactiveGeo-Boy Web site.|
Barko Expands Sales Representation
Barko Hydraulics, LLC announced that H&E Service will represent its industrial tractors, industrial crawlers, loaders and material handlers for the scrap, industrial and forestry markets. H&E will represent Barko at 19 locations throughout Arizona, Louisiana, Maryland, Virginia, and North and South Carolina.
Tilton’s Recycling Program a Success
Tilton Equipment Co. encourages its dealers to participate in its “Bag It or Drag It” recycling program, which allows people to retire old chain saws, many of which have high-emission engines. Customers who bring saws in to participating dealers can receive a discount on a newer, more environmentally friendly saw. The trade-ins are salvaged for parts or donated to technical schools.
Partners in Community Forestry Presentations Available Online
The National Arbor Day Foundation and Home Depot hosted arborists and community forestry supporters from cities nationwide at its conference in Atlanta, Ga. Topics presented included success building with trees; new strategies to preserve trees during land development; storms and urban forests; integrating nonprofit development and community tree efforts; how to activate tree boards; and connecting trees to water quality and stormwater management. The presentations are available online at www.arborday.org.
Houston Astros Plant Trees at State Capitol
The Houston Astros made a commitment to plant trees in communities along their annual Astros Caravan, and among the stops was Austin, Texas. Jeff Bagwell, Mike Hampton, Mark Saccomanno and Milo Hamilton were on hand to help plant some bur oak and chinkapin oak trees on the southwest lawn of the Texas state capitol.
Stihl Honored for Sustainable Development
Stihl, Inc. received the City of Virginia Beach Planning Commission’s first-ever award for sustainable development for the 60,000-square-foot green roof on its new guide bar plant. The roof has more than 56,000 sedum plants and is the largest privately owned green roof in Virginia