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A message from President Mike Albino

Maybe just maybe…. we might be seeing spring arrive!
With spring comes the promise of better fields, bigger budgets and field usage that won’t destroy a field in a weekend.  Well that is the dream… but the reality is that we will have to face unforeseen problems, address shrinking budgets and some environmental restrictions that will push us to our limits.

STMONY has always been about helping the sports turf manager find new ways to accomplish our jobs. These include networking, education and sharing among ourselves those things that continue to motivate us. We are looking forward to a year that presents you with more educational opportunities and increasing your chance to share what works for you and what others are doing.

If you have any ideas for educational programs you would like to participate in please send me an email and the education committee will work them in.

Looking forward to seeing all of you this year, keep up the good work.


STMONY the 26th State Chapter of the STMA 

STMA is a nation-wide not-for-profit organization founded in 1981, the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) is dedicated to facilitating professional networking and knowledge sharing within the sports turf industry.  With over thirty chapters across America, its members include sports turf managers, a wide variety of businesses, academics, and many others who are involved in sports field maintenance and management. 
STMA publishes SportsTurf magazine as well as an electronic newsletter (STMA E-Digest) for its members. Its website offers links to resources about sports turf management, an online business directory, and, for members only, postings of resumes and job/internship opportunities. 

STMA has established a number of certification programs for sports turf professionals as well as the Foundation for Safer Athletic Field Environments (SAFE). SAFE is not-for-profit organization that seeks to “support sports field specific research, educational programs and environmental concerns to promote user safety,” and awards scholarships to students who intend to enter the sports turf industry.

For more information about joining our national sports turf organization click here: