Looking Toward 2021
Landscape professionals recap the challenges of 2020 and look ahead to what might be in store for 2021. Check in with LandCare Executive VP Mark Hopkins and other industry leaders as they examine future challenges and trends in National Association of Landscape Professionals’ latest blog post.
Faces of the Industry: Karen Wilkinson
A strong leader and advocate for women in the green industry, Northwest Regional VP Karen Wilkinson talks life experiences, career milestones, and future goals in National Association of Landscape Professionals’ feature profile.
Baltimore team cleans up yard for retired Army Veteran
When Retired Army Veteran Dick Jansen of Laurel, MD needed some help around his yard, he reached out to a fellow American Legion Post #60 member for help. The member referred him to LandCare, and, after an initial meeting, our Baltimore team laid out plans to revitalize Mr. Jansen’s landscape.
Greater Philadelphia team cleans up landscape at Zane North Elementary
The DE/PA LandCare team recently volunteered to clean up the landscape at Zane North Elementary School in Collingswood, New Jersey.
LandCare assumes Rosborough Partners’ commercial business
Rosborough Partners, a landscape design, build, and maintenance firm in the Chicagoland area, has narrowed its focus to residential services and selected LandCare to assume its commercial business.
Woodland Environment joins LandCare
In July, Woodland Environment owners Jeff Rupp and Craig Nye sold their company to LandCare, becoming partners in the business while formally establishing the industry leader in the Midwest.
LandCare promotes several across all levels of company
LandCare recently promoted various leaders to new positions throughout the company. In particular, branch leaders from California to Florida have stepped into new roles to help continue expanding the company’s presence in major markets.
Preparing Your Landscape for Fire Season
Across the West, fire season is beginning earlier and ending later; and as we progress through difficult economic times, property owners and managers might be tempted to reduce certain landscaping services to save on expenses. But some routine maintenance operations might be protecting your property against fire hazards, and eliminating or reducing these services could […]