NorCal leadership restores historic coastal site
LandCare leaders in Northern California partnered with the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) – Silicon Valley Chapter for an environmental restoration project at Sand Hill Bluff, a historic archaeological site spanning 154 acres along California’s central coast.
Seattle South beautifies courtyard of local school
The Seattle South branch recently partnered with Ridgeway Elementary to renovate the school’s courtyard area as part of their CommunityCare Day project!
Account and Production Managers gather for training in Texoma
Over the past week, Account and Production Managers in the Texas and Oklahoma region met for two training sessions and internal networking opportunities. Account Managers met for a discussion led by Director of Employee Development Dana Christenson, which focused on Interactive Customer Service as well as tools for delivering exceptional customer care. This week, Production […]
LandCare promotes Branch Manager in Tacoma, Washington
“Jim truly embraces the philosophy of servant leadership, which is why he will make an excellent Branch Manager.” – Karen Wilkinson, Northwest RVP.
Renewal & Remembrance in Washington, D.C.
Hundreds of NALP members and their families gathered in Washington, D.C. for a three-day event of service, advocacy, and green industry camaraderie this week for the National Association of Landscape Professionals’ 22nd annual Renewal & Remembrance ceremony.
Big Cats in KC: new branch takes on CommunityCare
Just two months after opening its doors, LandCare’s Kansas City branch has partnered with Cedar Cove Feline Conservatory & Education Center, a non-profit preserve dedicated to tigers and other big cats who have been abandoned or neglected.
Branch Manager promoted in the Bay Area
Earle Grantham has been promoted to Branch Manager in Fairfield, CA.
Recruiting Student Labor with Dana Christenson
Dana Christenson, East Division Director of Employee Development, weighed in on student recruitment in Total Landscape Care’s top story.