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Resort at Squaw Creek Partnership Proves Expertise Goes Beyond Golf
Working together with Kurt Buxton, Vice President of BrightView Design Group, Squaw Creek’s farm-to-table vision soon became a reality. In addition to his design expertise, Buxton was well versed in sustainable agriculture and particularly in hydroponics, a soil-free method of growing plants in sand or gravel that recycles water and saves nutrients that normally leach through soil.
Anaheim Golf Courses Beat the Economic Downturn
For more than 15 years, BrightView has partnered with the city of Anaheim to help maintain their two 18-hole municipal golf courses. When the economic downturn hit, Anaheim called BrightView to help them reduce operating costs, while maintaining the level of excellence their golf community had come to expect.
Challenging Times? Don't Just Survive, but Thrive!
The economy may be strengthening, but challenging times still exist for the golf industry. To find out how one top club is not just surviving, but thriving in this competitive environment, we talked to Frank Benzakour, General Manager at the Village Club in Sands Point, N.Y.
6 Do's and Don’ts for Winter Landscape Care
Winter can be a challenging time for your landscape, but with a little help from you it can win the battle against Jack Frost. This season, pledge to do right by your landscape with six tips, including watering regularly, touching frozen plants, walking on frozen grass, and more.
Winter Weather Worries? Melt Them Away
Liquid brine allows for safer movement of traffic in light to average precipitation until treatments with solid products are made and it also speeds up the process of removal by facilitating better plowing conditions and increasing the efficacy of post-storm solid ice melter applications.
BrightView, CBRE Install Trees, Landscape, Garden for South Dallas YMCA
BrightView employees led teams of volunteers from CBRE to install flower pots, enhance the landscape, and bring in topsoil for the vegetable garden at the Park South Family YMCA. Members of the YMCA will now be able to grow produce for their community and also use the garden as an educational tool.