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LIVING TURF JOINS SSROC PANEL

The Southern Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (SSROC) is an association of 11 councils spanning Sydney’s southern, eastern, central, and inner west suburbs.  The SSROC contract for supply of horticultural products and services has long been known by industry as due recognition for excellence, by businesses chosen to participate on their vendor panel. From 1st October 2021, Living Turf takes up its position on this panel, and in turn introduce our unique product and service offering to member councils.  Headquartered in Marrickville, Living Turf is nestled right in SSROC territory, and with our technical sales representatives being well known to… ...Read More

CRAIG CAMPBELL JOINS LIVING TURF

Living Turf is pleased to announce that Craig Campbell, well known Sydney based Technical Sales Representative, will join our team effective Thursday 2nd September 2021. Having a long-standing professional association with the Living Turf team, Craig brings a strong understanding and involvement with the bowls, local government, and public green space sectors.  Having qualified with a greenkeeping trade (bowling greens), Craig's commercial experience stretches back over 20 years with a single employer (Globe), who recently exited the professional turf market.  Craig's appointment to Living Turf follows the recruitment of other prominent territory managers from Globe, including Jeff Bowtell and Craig… ...Read More

TURF DOGS 2022 CALENDAR: SPOTLIGHT ON JAGGER

In our second year running, we asked our customers to enter their turf dogs for a chance to feature their pooches in our Living Turf 2022 Turf Dogs Down Under Calendar. We've received many fantastic entries from right across Australia and New Zealand, and prior to entries closing, we would like to shine a SPOTLIGHT on one of our lovely Turf Dog entrants! So, meet Jagger! Jagger is a 4 year old Border Collie from Kwinana Golf Club in Western Australia. Jagger is the executive assistant of Peter Fleming (Golf Course Superintendent). Jagger spends his days at work shadowing Peter across the course,… ...Read More

THE PERFECT PARTNERSHIP TURNS TWO YEARS OLD

  In August 2021, Living Turf celebrate our 2nd anniversary as National Distributor for Rain Bird Golf Products. First pitched as The Perfect Partnership (combining Irrigation + Agronomy), Living Turf set out to bring value to the Irrigation sector, determined not to be just another link in the supply chain.  Now with Irrigation specialists embedded in every state, customers really are only a phone call away from Living Turf’s technical and sales support for Rain Bird Products and Technology. The Western Australian market is supported by Living Turf Irrigation Specialist, Tyson Riley, who is a weapon when it comes to Rain Bird technology.  A factory trained technician,… ...Read More

JOHN FORREST JOINS LIVING TURF IN WA

It is with great pleasure that Living Turf announce the appointment of John Forrest, as Turf Agronomist, to their team in WA. John brings a wealth of qualifications and experience to the Turf market coming from his early days as a turf practitioner, then 24 years as a Turf and Horticultural Lecturer, along with 16 years as a Horticultural Consultant. John is a trusted advisor and mentor to so many people in WA, is highly regarded and respected, and has strong long-term relationships throughout the Turf Industry nationally. Living Turf CEO Rob Cooper said, “We are thrilled to welcome John… ...Read More

MIKE “DARLO” DARLINGTON RETIRES

Dear Friends,We wish Mike Darlington all the very best for his retirement, after an incredible career in the turf industry. Mike has worked at Living Turf for the past 10 years, and can be credited with helping shape our friendly, open, and professional culture. Mike is well known among the Bowling Green industry and wider turf community, with over 40 years of experience. Through his extensive journey, Mike has seen many changes in the way we manage turf, with a firm understanding of where the industry has come from, what's worked, what hasn't, and why certain directions are more likely… ...Read More