TAG: National Lawn Care Month

NHLA, NALP partner for Lawn Care Month

April 4, 2017By

The National Hispanic Landscape Alliance (NHLA) is supporting the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) in dedicating April as National Lawn Care Month. The information campaign, which includes downloadable resources, is designed to educate the public on “how turfgrass positively contributes to the environment, their health and their wallets.” “We encourage all landscape industry professionals to join us in highlighting not... read more

PLANET promotes National Lawn Care Month alongside TPI

January 6, 2015By

The Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) is partnering with Turfgrass Producers International (TPI) and The Lawn Institute to promote National Lawn Care Month in April. PLANET has increased the reach of National Lawn Care Month by creating a toolkit, which includes a logo, infographic, photos, a press release, facts and resources and promotion suggestions that professionals can use in their own... read more

Government affairs: Lawns under assault

April 7, 2014By
Photo: PLANET Philippe Nobile Photography

April is National Lawn Care Month, which is fitting because it puts front and center our most popular landscape feature, residential lawns. They cover up to 40.5 million acres in the U.S. and are under assault like never before. In the west, lawns are facing water shortages. In the east, the problem is related to water quality. Westward: Lawns banned,... read more

PLANET releases resources for National Lawn Care Month

March 25, 2014By

In accordance with National Lawn Care Month, held in April, the Professional Landcare Network made available resources for landscape professionals to promote the celebration to clients and educate them on the benefits of a healthy lawn. It created a National Lawn Care Month web page, which includes facts, resources, an infographic, photos and a logo for use on social media... read more

April is National Lawn Care Month

April 4, 2012By

As part of National Lawn Care Month this April, Project EverGreen is reminding residents of the overwhelming benefits green spaces have on their surroundings. “There are a lot of environmental, lifestyle and economic benefits offered by well-maintained green spaces that the public might not necessarily associate with a manicured yard or park,” said Cindy Code, executive director of Project EverGreen.... read more