TAG: Stay Green

Stay Green honored with 5 CLCA Trophy Awards

December 11, 2020By

Stay Green, a California-based landscape firm, received five awards from the California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA). read more

Water less, do more

November 15, 2019By
Irrigation (Photo: Gachina Landscape Management)

Irrigation technology is turning the tides on excessive water use while still providing results. Irrigation experts explain why. read more

Water World: Climate conquered

October 21, 2019By
Irrigation installation (Photo: Brittany Carr Seely)

Location: Palmdale, Calif. Company: Stay Green California’s High Desert climate makes for a challenging work environment. Dave Colburn and his crew confronted extreme weather conditions while installing an irrigation system for a community in Palmdale, Calif. Four full-time crew members installed 78,000 feet of Rain Bird XFS tubing to replace existing sprayheads. Varying temperatures made components of the new irrigation... read more

Companies in the News: Updates from Case, Stay Green and Arborjet

October 8, 2019By

Case Construction Equipment dealer Century Equipment donated use of a Case TV380 compact track loader and CX26C mini excavator to Team Rubicon for debris clearing in La Plata County, Colo. The Team Rubicon effort, which saw the Case equipment move debris including large rocks, earth and parts of 66 trees, was in response to heavy flooding and landslides in 2018... read more

Stay Green acquires Pacific Crest Landscape

March 26, 2019By

Santa Clarita, Calif.-based Stay Green acquired Pacific Crest Landscape. Stay Green ranked at No. 81 on the 2018 LM150 list. Donnie Smith, president of Pacific Crest, has over 25 years of industry experience and will continue to supervise operations from the Orange County location that he first acquired in 2009. Smith and his crews join Stay Green’s team of over... read more

Companies in the News: LawnGuru closes $1M seed funding round; more from Aquascape, Heaviland, Stay Green, Swingle

July 27, 2016By

LawnGuru, the on-demand marketplace for lawn mowing and snow removal services, closed a $1 million seed funding round. The company, which recently moved its headquarters to Ann Arbor, Mich., will use the investment for national growth and research and development. It also plans to release a new Android version of its app this summer. According to a press release, the... read more