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Colorado Tree Spade can move trees of all sizes Email
Written by Lyn Dean   
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 05:00 AM

Aaron Pfeifer and Susan Pfeifer, courtesy Colorado Tree Spade“The biggest challenge we face is most people have no idea trees can be moved!” says Susan Pfeifer, founder, Colorado Tree Spade, Highlands Ranch. “They tend to think if a tree is in a bad location, they either have to cut it down or just deal with it.” 

Denver approaching community wildlife habitat certification Email
Written by ALCC   
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 04:00 AM

butterflyLandscape companies that serve the Denver area can help the City and County of Denver achieve a unique certification by communicating with customers about the program. In late November 2019, announced its intention to certify as a Community Wildlife Habitat through the National Wildlife Federation (NWF).

Awards are good for business and for your team Email
Written by Cherie Courtade   
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 03:00 AM

awardLooking to show the world the greatness within your landscape company? Nominating yourself for awards can help elevate your reputation among peers and can help more consumers find your business. It can also increase team morale when your business is recognized for its work.

Colorado Springs irrigation customers need backflow testing Email
Written by Cherie Courtade   
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 02:00 AM

backflow preventionColorado Springs Utilities (CSU) recently issued a reminder to its customers that they must have backflow prevention tested annually. Testing must be completed by October 1, before irrigation systems are winterized. 

Greater & Greener 2019 Conference showcased host city Denver Email
Written by Cherie Courtade   
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 01:00 AM

Denver hosted Greater & GreenerGreater & Greener 2019: Exploring Natural Connections successfully showcased Denver’s one-of-a-kind park system and the innovative solutions being developed to face the city’s unique challenges. Attendees representing 218 different cities, 40 U.S. states and 13 countries enjoyed conference tours and mobile workshops that took attendees to Denver’s most beloved and scenic spots—from Summit Lake and Red Rocks, to the restored Platte River, historic City Beautiful parks and beyond.

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