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News Wire:   June 24, 2007

Beauty and the plastic beast

GARDENERS BE AWARE: For just about every plant we buy, a pot, a bag, a bottle gets sent to the landfill

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News Wire:   June 24, 2007

Money Magazine Uses HRI Research to Promote The Value of Landscaping

Money Magazine, in its June issue, promotes the increase in home value and selling price that landscape improvements provide. The article quotes a Michigan State University study, funded by the Horticultural Research Institute (HRI), that found, “depending on where the house is located, high-quality landscaping adds 5 percent to 11 percent to its price.” Also quoted in the article is ANLA Landscape Division Board member, Chris Valenti, owner of JB Landscaping in Lewes, DE.

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News Wire:   June 24, 2007

Aquascape Announces Giveaways at Pondemonium

From July 14-22, distributors, contractors, and retailers from across the globe will come together for a week-long event designed to help grow their water garden businesses, with a chance to win prizes.

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News Wire:   June 24, 2007

The Grass Police are Coming

The Plano, Tex. “grass police,” or the “door to door tax collectors,” referred to by some residents, have had a busy season monitoring lawn grass length due to heavy rains.

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News Wire:   June 24, 2007

Project EverGreen Gears Up Again for “GreenCare for Troops” Program

Project EverGreen is preparing to deliver a giant care package to the families of thousands of American servicemen and women. The national non-profit organization has announced that its major public service effort—“GreenCare For Troops”— is gearing up for its second year of providing free lawn and landscape care to families of armed forces personnel whose major breadwinner is serving in the Middle East.

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