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Meet Dual Threat Volunteer Brad Dahl

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Buffalo, Minnesota Meet dual program volunteer Brad Dahl of Buffalo, Minnesota who has helped multiple military families as both a GreenCare and SnowCare for Troops volunteer.

Project EverGreen Adds Green Oasis in the Heart of the Big Apple

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Lower East Side Project EverGreen returns to New York City to help revitalize Clinton Community Garden on the city’s Lower East Side and create an area where neighborhood residents can gather, get to know their neighbors...

Project EverGreen Spreads Value of Green Space Message in NYC

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NYC Lower East Side Project EverGreen returns to New York City to help revitalize Clinton Community Garden on the city’s Lower East Side and create an area where neighborhood residents can gather, get to know their neighbors...

GreenCare for Troops Volunteer Jumps in With Both Feet

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New Port Richey, Florida For the first six months after Crenshaw Termite and Pest Control registered to be a GreenCare for Troops it was pretty quiet. The company was not matched with a military family but as is often the case with deployments...

Project EverGreen Teams Up With SiteOne

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Product discounts from leading industry suppliers will be offered to attract new volunteers to serve more military families. Military families make significant sacrifices during a loved ones’ deployment. To honor that sacrifice...

GreenCare for Troops Volunteer Gets Seven Seals Award

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West Chester, Pennsylvania Congratulations to GreenCare for Troops volunteer Green Pest Solutions and its parent company, Green Lawn Fertilizing, for being named the Seven Seals Award by the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR)...

Military Family Grateful for GreenCare

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Bedford, Texas John Wallace's professionalism and passion for the greater good has not gone unnoticed by the military family he was matched with through Project EverGreen’s award-winning GreenCare for Troops program. John Wallace is an excellent landscaper...

SnowCare for Troops Needs Volunteers

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Winter is projected to be cold with plenty of snow, which is not the news families of deployed military personnel want to hear.  Clearing driveways and sidewalks of snow and ice is physically taxing and a real hardship when one of the primary heads of household is not there...