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On a Mission to Renovate Athletic and Recreational Green Spaces Across the United States

July 7th, 2016|Comments Off on On a Mission to Renovate Athletic and Recreational Green Spaces Across the United States

“Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.”™ Awareness Week Set for July 10-16, [...]

GreenCare for Troops Volunteer Receives Recognition

June 21st, 2016|Comments Off on GreenCare for Troops Volunteer Receives Recognition

Project EverGreen's Greencare for Troops program is celebrating its 10th [...]

Project EverGreen and Exmark Team Up To Support The “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.”™ Initiative  

June 3rd, 2016|Comments Off on Project EverGreen and Exmark Team Up To Support The “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.”™ Initiative  

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Why Green Spaces Matter

Green spaces are a great benefit to our environment. They filter pollutants and dust from the air, they provide shade and lower temperatures in urban areas, and they even reduce erosion of soil into our waterways.

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Studies have found that employees are more productive when working around interior plants, and that hospital patients recover faster when they have a view of green space.

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Imagine your local park completely devoid of green. It’s not a pretty picture. It’s easy to take for granted the importance of green spaces in our lives.

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None of our efforts can thrive without the financial support of people like you. Our mission is to preserve and enhance green spaces, where we live, work and play. Accomplishing this mission requires donations of time, effort and financial resources from our supporters. Do you think that green spaces are important for communities? Do you feel like everyone, regardless of their circumstances, should have access to healthy parks and green spaces? If so, please consider making a financial donation. Your contribution helps us coordinate future green space renovations, bringing the many benefits of green spaces to communities across the country.

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We are committed to the preservation and enhancement of green spaces, and we need your help. We are always in need of financial assistance as well as donations of time, labor, and materials.  Click to learn more about how your contribution can others have beautiful green spaces where they live, work, and play.

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Lawn and landscape maintenance becomes a definite hardship when a family’s major breadwinner is on active duty away from home. Project EverGreen is actively seeking individuals, organizations, and companies to volunteer and provide lawn and landscape services. GreenCare for Troops/SnowCare for Troops are nationwide outreach programs coordinated by Project EverGreen that connects local green industry professionals with men and women serving our country in the armed forces away from home.

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On a Mission to Renovate Athletic and Recreational Green Spaces Across the United States

July 7th, 2016|Comments Off on On a Mission to Renovate Athletic and Recreational Green Spaces Across the United States

“Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.”™ Awareness Week Set for July 10-16, 2016 With more than a million and half acres of parkland in the U.S. you would assume that playing outdoors is a no-brainer for children, but that is not the [...]

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Water: The Life’s Blood of Your Lawn

July 5th, 2016|Comments Off on Water: The Life’s Blood of Your Lawn

Water is one of the key “engine” components that drives the health and appearance of your home’s lawn. Without sufficient and consistently applied water your lawn will not be able to sustain itself and can become susceptible to disease, weeds [...]