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3 Ways to Protect You Shrubs This Winter

If last winter’s extreme cold weather put your landscaping through the ringer, you’re not alone. This year’s winter is predicted to have similar conditions. Winter poses many challenges for shrubs such as early cold spells, alternating freeze/thaw cycles, frozen soil and the bright winter sun. As fall is winding down and winter is quickly approaching, […]

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3 Reasons to Stop Raking Your Leaves

Fall is finally here. It’s time to go picking apples, tailgating at football games, carving pumpkins and raking leaves. In the Midwest, we all know the time and effort it takes to rake leaves, bag them and haul them to the curb. Research suggests we ditch the rake and go over our leaves with a […]

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Confessions of a Summer Intern

This summer, we welcomed Ziggy as our Facilities Services Intern. We enjoyed having him as part of our team and hope he had a valuable experience. Here are just a few projects Ziggy participated in over the summer. Ziggy, a Mechanical Engineering and Material Science Engineering student at Michigan Technological University, wanted to gain “real […]

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Top 4 Reasons Fall is the Best Time to Plant

Most people think of spring as the best time to garden, but avid gardeners know fall is the prime season to plant perennials, trees and shrubs. Research suggests roots actually do most of their developing in the fall months.

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