Tag: California Landscape Contractors Association
Sale Of Carbon-Emitting Equipment To Be Banned In California
Last week, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) approved an amendment to the Small Off-Road Engine (SORE) Regulations which effectively bans the sale of...
My Landscape: Turf, Trees Integral To Office Park
In the San Francisco Bay Area, Pathline Park is a 42-acre office park designed to maintain a light environmental footprint. Gothic Landscape, a commercial landscaping...
Being Active In a Trade Association Makes Us A Better Contractor
Have you heard the expression, “What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?” It’s a loaded question that usually leads nowhere. Eight...
Story of a Landscape: Complementary Home and Landscape Redo
A California home and landscape renovation came together to accentuate each other in a complementary way that enhances both.
Story of a Landscape: Intimate Hillside Vegetable Garden Project
This award-winning, three-phase project was designed to be a garden of hope for a homeowner with cancer.
Story of a Landscape: New Landscape for Napa Valley Wine Tasting Room
The project bid wasn’t necessarily the lowest, but it was the most-detailed.
Story of a Landscape: Sustainable Driveway Renovation
This contractor-client collaboration includes 1,000-pound horse statues and a driveway makeover.
Political Landscape Issues By State
There is a greater amount of political activity surrounding environmental issues this election year.
Story of a Landscape: Building a Family-Friendly Backyard Living Room
California design-build firm Past the Gate shares how they incorporate a client's lifestyle – not just their wishes – into each of their projects.
Story of a Landscape: Solving Water Infiltration Problem in California Yard
Increased permeability and a different plant palette solve a water infiltration problem.