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Article 1:   Family garden: how to design your landscaping for kids, a dog, and a very full life - Living Well in September 27, 2006

In Stacie Crooks's garden, mornings are magic. As she and husband Jon breakfast on the patio, they can look through a leafy screen to see son Dylan bouncing on a trampoline. Or they can glance across flowering perennials to the main lawn,......the garden is designed for her active family.

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Article 2:   The Ins and Outs of Aeration September 10, 2006

Aeration has a different meaning in the turf industry than in traditional agriculture. In agriculture, the term refers to the tilling of the soil; a practice that is not possible on mature turf. In the turf industry, aeration refers to a number of mechanical processes that are used to loosen the soil and reduce compaction, to reduce thatch, or to groom the surface.

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Article 3:   The Worst Thing You Can Do to a Tree September 10, 2006

Why do people, even some landscape professionals, top trees? Because itís a quick way to limit a treeís height. Municipal crews and contractors often top trees to keep them away from power lines. The bottom line, however, is donít do it. The cost in disease, money and damage to a treeís landscape-enhancing shape is too high.

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Article 4:   ICPI Establishes Government Relations Special Committee September 10, 2006

The ICPI Board of Directors established a Government Relations Special Committee at the February Annual Meeting. The Committee had their first meeting in May and below you will find a summary of their activities to date.

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