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Just 2,500 square feet of turfgrass releases enough oxygen for a family of four to breathe.
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Bloomington, Indiana GreenCare for Troops volunteer believes we should all do our best to remember and help those who sacrifice so much for our country.
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Cleveland, Ohio More than 100 landscape contractors, lawn care and snow management professionals registered to provide complimentary lawn care, basic landscape or snow removal services for families of deployed military personnel across the United States.
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Moncks Corner, South Carolina When her plans to join the Navy took an unfortunate turn, Bobbi Mullis channeled her talents into building a successful lawn and landscape care business. And her volunteer work with GreenCare for Troops allows her to give back in a very personal way.