The Never Ending Value of Volunteerism

By Sean Casey Want to do something that makes you feel really good? It’s likely something you do each and every day but this time it’s different. It’s because it’s done on your own time, of your own accord for totally unselfish reasons. Volunteer!! Sign up to share your time and skills for those who […]

Environmental Benefits of Managed Yards, Parks & Green Spaces

Environmental Benefits of Managed Yards, Parks & Green Spaces By Fred Haskett In recent years, the use of turf in landscape has received increasing criticism because of a number of concerns relating to water use and contamination of groundwater supplies. Contrary to these beliefs, turf plantings can actually be conservers of water and energy to […]

Measuring the Positive Impact of a Greener, Cooler Earth

By Alan White It is widely known that majority of the Earth’s population (+80 percent) now resides in urban areas. As the global population increases, cities are becoming increasingly congested. With this trend, come serious challenges such as increased temperatures as well as health risks due to heat, pollution, and overcrowding. An effective way to […]

Creating A Greener, Cooler Earth That Results in Healthier, Happier People

By Dan Carrothers It’s been said many times that visions and missions are for people with too much time on their hands. And I think that’s fair. But sometimes, they can stop you in your tracks. Project Evergreen has been a passion of mine for over a decade and has recently drafted a vision that […]

Never Fear Winter Plowing Is Here

Today marks the official start of Winter and as many of us across the country have already seen, it has arrived with a bang and a lot of snow. For families of deployed military personnel and post 9/11 veterans with a service-connected disability clearing driveways and sidewalks of snow can be a real challenge. To […]