January 17, 2022 - The Edge from the National Association of Landscape Professionals

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Day: January 17, 2022

NALP Members in the News: Landscape Workshop, SavATree, PBI-Gordon, Davey Tree

Read more about these NALP members and partners in the news. Landscape Workshop Acquires A Cut Above Landscape Management Landscape Workshop has recently completed the acquisition of A Cut Above Landscape Management, based in Columbus, Georgia. A Cut Above Landscape Management was founded in 1989 with a strong focus on large commercial maintenance work and […]

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Serpico’s Shift to Battery Power

One of Serpico’s founding core values is resource conservation and it guides how they approach every large undertaking. Their latest effort is the shift to 100 percent hybrid-electric-powered landscape maintenance by 2028. Their hybrid-electric routes will be identified as “Green Power+” which includes battery-powered equipment and hybrid-electric Ford F-150 Powerboost trucks. “We look for ways […]

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Hoffman Landscapes Earns NALP’s Decade Award

At the 2021 Awards of Excellence reception, Hoffman Landscapes was presented with the Decade Award for exterior landscape maintenance. NALP members who have received a Grand/Gold Award and have managed their project continuously for 10 years can submit for this award. If they submit their project and score the equivalent to a Gold award again, […]

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Faces of the Industry: Zech Strauser

Sustainability has always been important to Zech Strauser, founder and owner of Strauser Nature’s Helpers, based in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. He started his company in 1998 and they serve Class A and HOA properties throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York from their locations in East Stroudsburg, Lehigh Valley, and Lancaster. His company’s goals include leading […]

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Landscapes of the Month: Creating a Colorful Mountain Landscape

A residence in Beaver Creek, Colorado, desired a mix of perennials and annuals that would provide vibrant color all summer long. Rocky Mountain Custom Landscapes, based in Eagle, Colorado, was hired for a complete landscape renovation of this property through a relationship with a local landscape architect. It took two years to complete the renovation […]

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