Volunteers return to Dominican for 3rd year to continue with humanitarian efforts

A team of volunteers from the Canadian landscaping industry returned to the Dominican Republic in January for a third consecutive year to spearhead a number of humanitarian projects. The group of 10—the core of whom are employees of the Nutri-Lawn company—returned to the community of San Pedro de Macoris where they had previously constructed a soccer field at the Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos … [Read more...]

Eight Easy Lawn Care Steps from Nutri-Lawn

Eight Easy Lawn Care Steps from Nutri-Lawn Lawn care doesn't have to be time consuming. Here are eight easy lawn care tips from the Ottawa turf care specialists at Nutri-Lawn. Aerate Your Lawn If you have kids or pets, your lawn can become a high traffic area. The side effects of this are that over time, the soil beneath your grass can become compacted. When it becomes compacted, air … [Read more...]

RENOURISH 2013 TRIP TO THE DOMINCAN REPUBLIC ORPHANAGE

In February 2013, Nurtilawns CEO is leading a group of 10 Dads & 14 children on a return trip to an orphanage in the Dominican Republic, Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, which in English means "Our Little Brothers and Sisters". Nutrilawn has supported the Orphanage and has built soccer fields, gardens, irrigation systems and local village improvements as part of the Nutrilawn Renourish … [Read more...]

Fenway Park – Home of the Boston Red Sox

Just recently I visited the city of Boston and had the oppertunity to see “up close” the oldest ballpark in America and one of the most recognized sports venues in the World, Fenway Park.  Home to the 7 – time World Series Champion Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park opend over 100 years ago and is currently the oldest Major League Baseball stadium still in use today. Fenway Park To go along … [Read more...]

So Long Crabgrass….Until We Meet Again Next Year

Each and every year as the fall season approaches and the temperatures cool, the Crabgrass infestations that covered many parts of home lawns begin to quickly die back just as fast as it germinated and began infesting lawns during the summer. Crabgrass is an annual plant, which means it dies each year in the fall and then germinates again in the next year beginning in late spring and into … [Read more...]