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Lebanon Turf Grass

LebanonTurf provides innovative and high performance products to the golf and landscape industries in North America and around the world. A division of Lebanon Seaboard Corporation, LebanonTurf is an industry leader in producing advanced technology fertilizers, grass seed and biological products. Golf course superintendents, lawn care operators, professional landscapers and sports turf managers count on LebanonTurf brands to make them successful in their endeavors to create and maintain the best quality turf, plants and trees.

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Golf Course Superintendents Association of America

GCSAA (Golf Course Superintendents Association of America) is dedicated to serving its members, advancing their profession and enhancing the enjoyment, growth and vitality of the game of golf.

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Keystone Athletic Field Managers Association

KAFMO (Keystone Athletic Field Managers Organization) was formed in 1994 by a small group of individuals who were concerned about the quality of the athletic fields in Pennsylvania. In 1997, KAFMO became incorporated as a chapter of the Sports Turf Managers Association.  Today, KAFMO is over 300 members strong and each individual is committed to enhancing the professionalism of athletic field managers in the Keystone State.

Our goals are to improve the safety, playability and appearance of all athletic fields in Pennsylvania.  As an organization we strive to accomplish our goals through seminars, field days, publications and networking with other professionals in the sports turf industry.

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Lawn Care Association of PA

Learn more about LCAP (Lawn Care Association of PA) on their website

PA Turfgrass Council

PTC (Pennsylvania Turfgrass Council) is an organization dedicated to the improvement of the Turfgrass Industry through education and research. The Council was founded in 1955 by a group of individuals who perceived the need for independent funding for turfgrass research in Pennsylvania. Since its beginning, P.T.C.’s role has expanded considerably, and the organization’s goals can now be divided into three major areas: fundraising for education, and research, conducting educational conferences, and representing the Turfgrass Industry.

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Sports Turf Managers Association

STMA (Sports Turf Managers Association) STMA advances professionalism in sports field management and safety through education, awareness programs, and industry development.

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Penn State Center for Turfgrass Science

Initiated in 1929 through the efforts of committed clientele, Penn State Center for Turfgrass was one of the first turfgrass programs in the nation. It was the first to employ a turfgrass extension specialist (1934), the first to graduate a Ph.D. turfgrass scientist (1950), the first to offer a two-year technical program specifically for golf course superintendents (since 1957), and the first to offer an undergraduate major in turfgrass science (since 1992). But being first is not all that counts; it is the quality of the program that really matters.

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