January 10, 2019

Passive Irrigation & Rainwater Harvesting Retrofitting New Construction

Closing one door and opening another! We love the challenges presented by new construction. In this case, a beautiful addition to the rear of our client’s lovely home in Mamaroneck required extensive conventional engineering and drainage construction. With all the rainfall this year we have to ask…where do we put the water? When designing storm water systems, we must consider 

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January 1, 2018

2018 Eco-Resolutions Part 1: Rain Gardens for Storm Water Management

We all know the end of the year is a time for reflection and resolution making. However cliché, this is healthy and productive tradition that allows us to take stock of the past year, learn from our actions, and put forth new intentions. In that spirit, for the next seven days, we’ll provide you with Three Ecological Resolutions for 2018, 

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August 7, 2017

Drainage and Storm Water Solutions

There is never a better time to improve your home and landscape water management through improved storm water management and drainage solutions. Do you have a damp basement, water collecting and pooling in your yard…a mosquito problem ? Before you spray hazardous chemicals to control insects that fly, check for areas which may be the source. Are you hosting unwanted 

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March 27, 2017

Preparing your Landscape for Spring – Going Green, Naturally with Sustainable Organics

There is no reason to continue poisoning our landscapes, our water, ourselves and our children by the unnecessary use of lawn and tree care pesticides. This is true whether you are living in White Plains, Scarsdale, Bedford, Katonah or Rye. Now is the time to make a change for our health and the health of landscapes. By joining us and 

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March 24, 2017

Clean Green Landscaping in Putnam Valley; From Design to Construction and Installation with Native Plants and Natural Stone

You are only as good as your resources allow ! This means skilled workmanship and the best natural materials. In this case we used large quarried fieldstone to create a one of a kind stepping stone staircase with a boulder rail set on rammed earth with a gravel sub-base with native gravel mulch. Storm water management is key to success 

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