LandCare volunteers step up for Collective Impact Week
Last week, nine LandCare teams assembled and distributed hygiene kits to donate to underserved communities. The initiative was part of Collective Impact Week, a broader volunteer opportunity designed to unite landscape industry leaders through a common mission of service.
Landscape Maintenance: Summer Tips
Following these simple maintenance tips can keep your landscape bright and healthy through summer and beyond.
Landscape Enhancements: Preparing for Spring
Your property’s commercial landscape is a physical extension of your brand. It has the power to invite, inspire, and welcome guests into your space; and, as we all know, you only have one opportunity to make a first impression on your customers.
Orlando team lights up Give Kids the World Village ahead of holiday event
This year, Santa ditched the sleigh and reindeer for a truck and trailer! Our Orlando team arranged a beautiful light display at Give Kids the World Village (GKTW), a nonprofit resort that offers weeklong, cost-free vacations to critically ill children and their families.
LandCare strives to transition all products to “caution” label
Duane Faloni, Market Vice President, discusses the benefits of EcoMIGHT’s organic herbicide and the positive results his teams have realized since transitioning to organic products.
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.
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 […]