Colorado Patio & Landscape is dedicated to serving professional landscapers and their partners in Colorado. We’ve partnered with several organizations that we feel provide important services and benefits to the landscape, lawn care and outdoor living design industry and to Coloradans. We believe that by supporting these organizations’ missions, we can help landscape professionals be more successful in their businesses and their lives, and make our communities stronger, healthier and happier. To learn more about how to partner with us, please contact Amy Hamm, publisher, [email protected].
ASIC is a society of irrigation design and water management professionals and green industry representatives. ASIC is the only available resource focused on the business, as well as the professional development aspects of irrigation consulting.
ASIC strives to represent the most experienced and responsible irrigation professionals in the world. Its members facilitate successful water resource management through design expertise, client advocacy, public service, education, accreditation, and the promotion of allied green industry partnerships.
Business for Water Stewardship works hand-in-hand with businesses to advance solutions necessary to sustain the well-being of our communities, economies, and rivers. We provide a portfolio of services that catalyze business engagement and leadership in environmental water stewardship. Learn more at businessforwater.org.
Grass Seed USA is a national coalition of grass seed farmers and academic turf specialists with a wealth of experience in studying, growing and harvesting grass and grass seed. The coalition seeks to inform and educate residential and commercial customers about the benefits of grass and best practices for responsibly growing and maintaining healthy turf. For more information, visit www.weseedamerica.com or www.facebook.com/WeSeedAmerica, or follow on Twitter at twitter.com/WeSeedAmerica.
The Park People is a 48-year-old nonprofit organization that works to preserve, enhance, and advocate for Denver’s parks, recreation resources, open spaces, and urban forest. We have raised tens of millions of dollars for capital improvement projects at sites like the Cheesman Pavilion, the Washington Park Boathouse, the interactive fountain at City Park, the Gates Tennis Center, and playground sites in underserved neighborhoods. Our Denver Digs Trees program has provided Denver residents with more than 50,000 free and affordable trees and works to ensure that all residents have access to the important benefits trees provide. We have trained more than 500 Community Forester volunteers to become tree stewards of our city forest. We also engage businesses in sponsoring and staffing tree planting projects through our Mile High Tree Champions program and help individuals and families celebrate special events and loved ones through commemorative trees planted in Denver parks through our Park Legacy program. For more information, visit theparkpeople.org or call 303-722-6262.