Each year, the National Association Landscape Professionals Awards of Excellence recognizes exceptional landscape, lawn care, and interior plantscape design projects from around the nation. This year, 161 awards were bes
Community Gardens Bring People Together
For ten years, Gachina Landscape Management has enthusiastically supported local community gardens, those small plots of land on which people may grow vegetables and other edible
Have you heard of Movember? John and I became supporters after he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2000.
November 1 is the kickoff for the annual Movember campaign to raise awareness for cancer research and men
Choose Organic Pest Control for Your Landscape
When your business chooses organic pest control for your commercial landscape, the entire planet and the people that live in it, benefit.
The use of chemicals to control p
Gachina Landscape Management ranks #19 on the Top Women-Owned companies in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times. The annual List ranks privately-held, women-owned businesses headquartered in Alameda, Contra C
The 44th annual CLCA SF Bay Area Achievement Awards were held on June 16th at the University Club in Palo Alto. The Awards program recognize crafts people who produce outstanding landscapes, create pride in superior work
Article courtesy of the Irrigation Association.
July is Smart Irrigation Month, and the start of summer is a great time to improve the efficiency of your outdoor irrigation system. There are many “smart” technolo
June is safety awareness month and Gachina Landscape Management believes in Safety First! Observed annually in June by the National Safety Council, National Safety Month focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and d
Maybe not everybody knows that in their landscape, there are little, sometime microscopic, creatures that crawl, slide, walk, jump and role looking for the next insect, mite, or fungus to devour. These creatures are ide