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March 29, 2021

Pollinator Pathways Darien, CT | Landscape Design Case Studies

Pollinator Pathways is spreading with incredibly encouraging speed and enthusiasm throughout New England.  The organization’s mission is to promote pollinator-friendly landscapes throughout geographic areas, to help connect habitats and bridge the gap of development and habitat destruction.  Connecticut is leading the way with many local divisions in Fairfield County, especially in Darien, CT.  Through these grassroots efforts, we’ve been able to connect with new, like-minded clients 

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March 18, 2021

Pollinator Pathways Approved Landscape Designs | Rye, NY

We are BIG fans of the grassroots organization Pollinator Pathways – a nonprofit promoting pollinator-friendly, organic land stewardship, in a coordinated effort across geographic regions, to create a network of essential habitats.  We are also beyond amazed at how quickly this organization is gaining traction and spreading the word. What started as a localized in Westchester County, NY and Fairfield County, CT has 

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March 12, 2021

Introducing Our Latest Partners for 2021: Compost Werks, Sweet Clover Designs, & Homefront Farmers

They say it takes a village to raise a child.  The same is true for impacting community-wide responsible land stewardship!  That’s why we are proud to announce our latest partners in ecological landscaping. This 2021 season we will be collaborating with local experts in organic plant health care, organic garden maintenance and vegetable garden installations.  Learn about our new partners below! Compost Werks 

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March 12, 2021

When Neighbors Impact Your Property | Environmental Site Assessment & Mitigation Plan | Mamaroneck, NY

This is a case of total lack of communication and disregard for personal property and the environment.  The neighbors of our client in Mamaroneck decided to lift the grade of their property but failed to do so in a responsible way. The environmental impacts are serious and not easily remedied.  Green Jay Landscape Design was hired to provide an environmental site assessment 

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March 10, 2021

Jay Archer’s Winter 2021 Book List

Jay is a voracious reader always, but especially during the (marginally slower) winter months. Here’s what Jay’s been reading this winter! From urban ecology, to indigenous studies, explorative journeys, wildlife, and exposing the human psyche – there’s something for everyone on this season’s book list! Be sure to check out Jay’s previous Summer 2020 Book List for more great reads! Nature 

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