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Posted on: February 10, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Landscape Practices for Healthy Yards upcoming webinars

Landscaping continues to take an increasing toll on lawn care providers. High noise levels, exhaust from gas-powered equipment and toxic chemical exposure prompt the question of what is the real cost of the perfect lawn. Toxic landscapes not only affect landscapers, but also the property owners. Isn’t there a better way to maintain our yards? A healthy one —that encourage living soil, beneficial insects and biodiversity. It is possible to have a safe outdoor space that invites play and enjoyment at a lower cost than conventional care?

 

Please join our webinar featuring a panel of professionals offering easy-to-incorporate organic methods to detoxify our landscapes and create yards that are healthy for residents, lawn care crews and the planet. 

It's National Pollinator Week! Is Your Lawn Pollinator Friendly?


Landscape professionals March 1st at 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Mulch mowing and grass cycling – Jay Archer, Green Jay Landscaping

Soil health – Aleksandra Moch, Conservation Commission

Emission free landscaping equipment – Dan Deventhal, Mow Green

Landscaping for wildlife – Dan Brubaker, Greenwich Land Trust

 

Property owners March 9th at 2:00 – 3:30 pm

Mulch mowing and grass cycling – Jay Archer, Green Jay Landscaping

Composting and soil health – Aleksandra Moch, Conservation Commission

Emission free landscaping equipment – Jeff Cordulack, Organic Ways and Means

Landscaping for wildlife – Dan Brubaker, Greenwich Land Trust

 

Landscape professionals & Property Owners in Spanish 

March 16th at 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Mulch mowing and grass cycling - Nelson Munoz, Chiappetta-Fierro, LLC

Emission free landscaping equipment - Felipe Aguilar, Mow Green

Landscaping for wildlife and soil health – David Tovar, Woodland Tree Care


Hosted by Greenwich Botanical Center 

Organized by Pollinator Pathway, Greenwich Conservation Commission, Greenwich Land Trust 

and Quiet Yards Greenwich.

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