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Organic Land Care Professional Appointed to Advisory Panel

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Marlborough resident and business owner, Donald Bishop, has been appointed to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, VMP Advisory Panel as the Environmentalist Representative by the Commissioner of Agriculture, Douglas Gillespie. In a letter from the Commissioner the VMP Advisory Panel is described as being charged with the responsibility of reviewing Vegetation Management Plans and public comments […]

Gardens Are Voted Top 10 In New England, Again

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The eighth annual Readers Choice Poll results have been released in the Spring 2005 issue of People Places Plants magazine. For the fifth time in as many years Gardens Are has made the New England top 10 list in the “Favorite Lawn Care or Landscape Company” category. Gardens Are has been a unique feature to the list […]

Marlborough Landscaper Receives Award

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Donald Bishop, owner of Marlborough based Gardens Are, was the recipient of an award from the Northeast Organic Farming Association for his continuous efforts in promoting the non-profit organization. He has served on various committees dedicated to organic land care and co-authored The Standards for Organic Land Care: Practices for Design and Maintenance of Ecological Landscapes. […]

Marlborough Business Recognized by EPA

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency GreenScapes program has recognized Gardens Are as its premier Charter Partner from New England. As a Partner, Gardens Are has pledged to promote cost effective and environmentally friendly solutions for landscaping, and make holistic decisions regarding waste generation and disposal and the use of the land, water, pesticides, and energy. […]

Natural Landscape Receives Flower Show Award

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Gardens Are placed second in the Major Garden Display competition at the Central Massachusetts Flower Show. The woodland scene, nicknamed “Close Encounters” featured native New England plants, materials, and the art of sculptor Ron Rudnicki. Also featured were several mounted specimens from the collection at the Athol Bird and Nature Club | Millers River Environmental Center which were placed […]