To honor our nation’s veterans, hundreds of volunteers gathered at the Arlington National Cemetery to beautify the sacred grounds at Renewal & Remembrance, the landscape industry’s largest day of service.
Topics: NALP, National Association of Landscape Professionals, Renewal & Remembrance, Veterans, Arlington National Cemetery, community service, Colonel Andrea M. Stahl, USA, Retired, Ken Taylor, John Deere
On Monday, July 16, the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) brought together hundreds of volunteers for the largest service event in the landscape industry: Renewal and Remembrance. For over 20 years, NALP’s annual Renewal and Remembrance event honors America’s veterans and provides an opportunity for landscape industry leaders to assist in the beautification of the most sacred grounds in the US.
Topics: Eric Gilbey, John Eggleston, NALP, Renewal & Remembrance, Veterans, Arlington National Cemetery, Tyler French, Jeff Buhler, Colonel Jerry Farnsworth, Landscaping, Service event, Tom Shotzbarger, Volunteer work, Priscilla Quackenbush
At Vectorworks, we believe in taking time to give back to the communities we call home. Our community service program is structured to do this, both here and in the UK.
Topics: Adopt-A-Road program, NALP, Renewal and Remembrance, Arlington National Cemetery, community service, Bridges to Housing Stability, Earth Day Cleanup, US Vectorworks Employees, Meals on Wheels, DIY SOS, Kristin Bailey, BBC, UK Vectorworks Employees, Amisha Carribon, Chiffonia Lloyd
With more than 624 acres of rolling green hills, 8,000 trees, and hundreds of gardens, the Arlington National Cemetery’s serene surroundings pay tribute to the 14,000-plus veterans and their family members who rest there. The Virginia site also provides a sense of peace and comfort to those who come to mourn their lost loved ones. As a result, the maintenance of these grounds is an important undertaking, which is why the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) hosts the annual Renewal and Remembrance service event and why we have graciously participated for the past seven years.
Topics: Aboriculture Industry, aeration, Chairman of Renewal and Remembrance, Eric Gilbey, Got Your 6 Executive Director Bill Rausch, Irrigation, irrigation installation and repairs, John Eggleston, Landscape Design, Landscape Installation, Landscape Management, NALP, National Association of Landscape Professionals, PLA, Planet Vectorworks, Renewal and Remembrance, Renewal and Remembrance NALP Committee, Site Maintenance, Spanish-American War Monumnet, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Veterans, Acting Superintendent of the Arlington National Ce, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington National Cemetery Chaplain Joe Mason, Landscape, landscape and hardscape projects, Lawn Care, NALP President Brett Lemcke, Perennials, phosphorous application, tree cabling and lightning protection, Vectorworks’ product marketing manager – landscape, Weed Man USA’s Phil Fogarty, Wreath-laying ceremony
For the sixth year in a row, we were honored to participate in the annual Renewal & Remembrance beautification project at the Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Organized by the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP), the July 20 event drew more than 400 volunteers from across the United States to improve over a quarter of the cemetery’s historic grounds as part of the green industry’s largest day of public service.
Topics: Eric Gilbey, Landscape Industry Specialist, NALP, National Association of Landscape Professionals, Planet Vectorworks, Renewal and Remembrance, Renewal and Remembrance Service, Renewal & Remembrance, Arlington National Cemetery, Beautification, Community, Landscape, Landscape industry, Nemetschek Vectorworks
On Monday, July 19, several NNA employees volunteered to participate in the 14th annual Renewal & Remembrance beautification project at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. The event is sponsored by The Professional Landcare Network (PLANET), an international association serving lawn care professionals, landscape management contractors, design/build/installation professionals, and interior plantscapers. Nearly 500 volunteers contributed more than US $250,000 in goods and services. To date, the event has donated more than US $2 million to the cemetery.