Gachina Landscape Management helps new neighbor Open Mind School

open mind school group pic, menlo park, CA

On Sunday October 6th, Gachina Landscape Management partnered with Family Connections and the Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) to clean up new neighbor Open Mind School in Menlo Park. When Open Mind School moved in, they had no idea what cleaning up the facility entailed. Luckily for them, five Gachina volunteers including associate Peninsula Branch Manager Sam Anderson and Production Supervisor Rafael Avila joined 100 +/- passionate citizens to give the school a much needed face lift.

open mind community outreach program Menlo Park

Gachina employees’ expertise lead the way to tackle irrigation repairs, weed control, tree and shrub pruning and mulching. Sam states “Gachina is so proud to be a part of this project. It’s so nice to see young men helping their communities with their families… What a breath of fresh air for the next generation! Thanks for allowing us to be a part of it.”

open mind school group pic 2019 Menlo Park

YMSL picked this project as their Ultimate Gift Giving project for 2019. Family Connections oversaw the project. Gachina’s contribution is valued at approximately $3,000. But the joy of helping a new neighbor get settled in it’s community, priceless…. Welcome to the neighborhood. Click here to learn more about our company culture and core values.

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As always our team is thrilled to participate and be advocates for smart water management and conservation practices. Thanks for the shoutout Irrigation Association! #SmartIrrigationMonth #watermanagement #irrigation #BeSmart“Smart irrigation at Gachina starts with smart people. Having a great team that understands the whole irrigation system is the key to our success. Great products fail to deliver the outcomes we promise when we fail to educate and train properly. Smart irrigation means saving money, time and important water resources.” #SmartIrrigationMonth ... See MoreSee Less

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