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GRASSHOPPER LAWNS PARTICIPATES IN NALP DAY OF SERVICE ON FRIDAY APRIL 20th, 2018
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GRASSHOPPER LAWNS PARTICIPATES IN NALP DAY OF SERVICE ON FRIDAY APRIL 20th, 2018

Grasshopper Lawns Inc., member of The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP), showed their commitment to caring for our nation’s green spaces with their involvement in a national NALP event, the NALP “Day of Service”. Grasshopper Lawns, Inc. enjoys participating in the event on/near Earth Day in an effort to demonstrate environmental devotion and humanitarianism by giving back to our individual communities.

Grasshopper Lawns Inc. To Participate in NALP Day of Service on April 22, 2016
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Grasshopper Lawns Inc. To Participate in NALP Day of Service on April 22, 2016

Scranton, PA- Grasshopper Lawns Inc., member of The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP), will show their commitment to caring for our nation’s green spaces with their involvement in a national NALP event, the NALP “Day of Service”. Grasshopper Lawns, Inc. has participated in the event for over 10 years. The “Day of Service” takes place on Earth Day in an effort to demonstrate environmental devotion and humanitarianism by giving back to our individual communities.

West Nile Virus in the Area
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West Nile Virus in the Area

A summer of frequent rains can mean a summer of high mosquito populations. The frequent rains give plenty of opportunities for standing water, the ideal breeding ground for mosquitoes. Walk around your home or farm, do you have areas of standing water. Perhaps it is old containers or pots that now collect water. Even wheelbarrows can collect water. It is a good idea to turn wheelbarrows over when not in use. The little plastic wading pools should also be turned over when not in use. How about those clogged rain gutters, again an excellent area for water to collect and the opportunity for millions of mosquitoes to breed. Also think about bird baths. Be sure to stir the water every few days.

Arlington National Cemetery
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Arlington National Cemetery

Hundreds of landscape and lawn care professionals from across the nation bring their crews to Arlington National Cemetery to spend the day mulching, upgrading sprinklers, cabling and installing lightening protection for trees, pruning, liming more than 270 acres, planting, and aerating the soil. We are all members of the Professional Landscape Network (PLANET).

Renewal & Remembrance
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Renewal & Remembrance

This is the 16th year that Grasshopper Lawns Inc. has participated in Renewal and Remembrance. Michael Kravitsky IV and Shawn Kravitsky and their respective families were in charge of liming over 23 acres in Arlington National Cemetery.

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