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 […]

Stepping Up For Our Nation’s Heroes

The first Veteran’s Day or Armistice Day as it was known back then, took place on November 11, 1919 and honored those brave Americans who fought and gave the ultimate sacrifice on the battlefields of Europe in World War I. The holiday evolved into Veterans Day in 1954 when President Eisenhower proclaimed “In order to […]

Green Spaces: A “Cool” Way to Make Our Communities A Better Place to Live

The benefits package when it comes to green spaces is pretty impressive. Green spaces provide environmental, economic and lifestyle benefits to communities big and small, and to people ages two to 90 and everyone in between. Project EverGreen knows a greener, cooler and healthier earth helps everyone and that is why we have dedicated our […]