Zanker Landscape Materials and StopWaste offer a training event on the use of green techniques for drought resistant landscaping
Public and Private clients are asking and requiring the use of ‘green’ techniques to create sustainable landscapes, manage storm water and erosion, and reduce water consumption. This event updated attendees on newer and cost effective techniques.
Zanker Landscape Materials partnered with Our City Forest with their Lawn Busters Program
Zanker Landscape Materials partnered with Our City Forest with their Lawn Busters Program, to help Santa Clara County property owners convert their lawns into drought-tolerant landscape. The Lawn Busters program provides on-site assessments and planning, planting and irrigation installation, and quality assurance follow-up.
San Jose State University (SJSU), lose the lose event, Earth Month
Zanker Road Resource Mgt. donated the certified organic compost and recycled mulch to SJSU Environmental Resource Center (ERC) and Dr. Lynne Trulio (Department Chair) lose your lawn event on campus!
Ecosystem Assets Address Municipal Budget Woes
Mulch and compost products help solve maintenance problems in the short term, and provide long-term ecosystem benefits for the City of San Jose.
BioCycle - Paul Hagey