Make Health and Happiness Happen
Just 2,500 square feet of turfgrass releases enough oxygen for a family of four to breathe.
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Lancaster, Pennsylvania Beyond providing excellent service, Bill Landis and Operation Green Lawn are on a mission to provide employment opportunities for American military veterans returning to civilian life.
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Cleveland, Ohio Project EverGreen has been teaming up with companies to provide lawn care and basic landscaping for the families of deployed troops for years, but during this unusual time, they decided to pitch in elsewhere.
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Londonderry, New Hampshire When Project EverGreen expanded its GreenCare for Troops program to provide nurses, paramedics, and other frontline health care professionals with complimentary lawn care and basic landscape services, our volunteers were there.