Green plants, whether they be trees, shrubs, or grass are essential in producing oxygen, removing carbon dioxide and other pollutants from the air, filtering groundwater, providing homes for wildlife, help in keeping temperatures down, and are invaluable to our mental and physical health to name just a few of their benefits.
“I’m green and it’ll do fine. It’s beautiful and I think it’s what I want to be.” -Kermit the Frog
ACCREDITATION MATTERS TOO
- Knowledgeable – Employing well-trained, Landscape Industry Certified employees
- Safe – Participating in the NALP Safe Company Program
- Ethical – Providing clear client communications and ethical operating procedures
- In Compliance – With state, local, and federal codes, statutes, and licensing requirements
SPOTTED LANTERNFLY – PRETTY BUT INVASIVE
Previous Issue: Q: What year did Clara Barton found the American Red Cross? A: 7% answered correctly with 1881, 36% chose 1867, 28% chose 1874″ and 29% chose 1888.