Category: In the Community

Allentuck Landscaping Co. Celebrates 500 Safety Days Without An Injury

Safety is a big deal. The safety of our team is one of the most important things we commit to at Allentuck Landscaping Co. When someone comes to work at our company, their goal is to provide for their family. They are putting their faith in our leadership team that they will not be harmed during their day at work. It is our responsibility to assure this. I give a

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Allentuck Landscaping Co. Continues Our Commitment To Arlington National Cemetery

There are some days that you find yourself simply humble and proud. The 21st annual National Association of Landscape Professionals’ Renewal & Remembrance at Arlington National Cemetery was one of those days. This year, 500 of our landscape colleagues from around the country descended on Arlington National Cemetery for a carefully orchestrated day of service. The morning started off with an opening ceremony with moving personal stories from two of

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Allentuck Landscaping Co. Visits Dufief Elementary School

Allentuck Landscaping Co. Installs 2017 Gardens For Grade Schools Grants It was a hot day, but also a wonderful day as we installed this year’s Gardens for Grade School Grants at Dufief Elementary School in North Potomac, Maryland. Earlier in the day, our landscape crew installed an 8’x4’ cedar planter with perennials that attract butterflies; Coreopsis, Sedum, Echinacea and several other species. After the installation was complete, over 80 second

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Allentuck Landscaping Co. Is Lending A Hand To Local Military Families

Allentuck Landscaping Co. Joins National GreenCare for Troops Movement to Support Local Military Families We are so pleased to announce that Allentuck Landscaping Co. has joined ranks with Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Troops program, a program designed to provide lawn care and landscape services to families of currently deployed military personnel as well as post 9/11 service-connected wounded/disabled veterans at no charge. Allentuck Landscaping Co. will participate with lawn care

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What To Look For When You Hire A Landscape Company in Bethesda, MD

Looking to hire a landscape company in Bethesda, MD? It is easy, if you know what to look for. There have been a rash lately of unscrupulous people posing as landscape companies in Bethesda, MD and taking advantage of elderly residents (See Washington Post article). Do you know what to look for before you hire a landscape contractor? Here are 5 things to find out. 1. Reputation This seems like a

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What To Look For When You Hire A Landscape Company

Looking to hire a landscape company? It is easy, if you know what to look for. There have been a rash lately of unscrupulous people posing as landscape companies and taking advantage of elderly residents (See Washington Post article). Do you know what to look for before you hire a landscape contractor? Here are 5 things to find out. 1. Reputation This seems like a no brainer but it is always

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Not Just A Boulder At Clarksburg High School

Today has been a day of mixed emotions, both sadness and pride. Several weeks ago, we were approached by the Clarksburg Chamber of Commerce to see if we could help create a memorial to the four local young men who were killed in car accidents over the last two years. Three of them were lost in a single car accident earlier this year (2016). All four were students at Clarksburg High

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North Potomac Farmer’s Market To Return

Farmer’s Market Set To Open On Route 28 In North Potomac Save the date of August 21, 2016 for the opening of the MoCo Agricultural and Arts Market (MAAM). Local farmers and artists set up along the front of historic Maple Springs barn on Route 28 and DuFief Mill Road in North Potomac. Come browse and shop for fresh local produce, vegan and vegetarian food options and several Kosher specialties! Shop

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Our Day at Arlington National Cemetery

Renewal & Remembrance at Arlington National Cemetery For 20 years now, the National Association of Landscape Professionals has set aside one massive day of service to help enhance and preserve the landscape at Arlington National Cemetery. It is called Renewal & Remembrance. This year, ten of our team members joined over 500 of our colleagues to perform turf care, irrigation system improvements, tree pruning, cabling and and lightning protection, and

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Our First Gardens for Grade School Grant Install

Our First Gardens for Grade School Grant Installed at East Silver Spring Elementary School This past week Allentuck Landscaping Co. installed our first Gardens for Grade School Grants raised planter. If you recall, all elementary schools were invited to enter and have their communities vote for them on our Facebook page. The winner was East Silver Spring Elementary School. They requested that we install a butterfly garden and we were

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