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Green Wedding?

West Virginia University’s Erickson Alumni Center is home to hundreds of meetings, conferences, student and alumni events every year. Jason Dengler, Owner of Wildwood Landscape, is used to working to the high standards EasyTurf expects from our authorized dealers. We choose our dealers because of their quality of work, so installing 2,000 square feet of Nutmeg Lush at the center was […]

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Not all dogs are created equal

Thinking of adopting a dog? As a dog owner and general animal lover, I fully support the adoption of dogs. Mine is a wonderful companion, and although he doesn’t contribute to the monthly income and doesn’t help around the house, he certainly adds unparalleled friendship and entertainment value. Adopting a dog is a huge commitment – your four-legged friend could […]

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Christmas Decorations Must Haves

Christmas is approaching faster than Santa’s sleigh on take off. With the holidays come all the decorations – inside and out. Whatever your views are on the holidays, it’s hard to argue the spike of color and lights to the neighborhood brings a certain warm, fun, festive feel – a nice break from an otherwise bleak winter. Looking at it […]

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Take a hike!

We’re blessed in Southern California with mild climate. Outdoor activities are available year-round, and hiking is one of my favorite. Thanks to an EasyTurf installation, I found some trails and history I might not have otherwise come across. We recently installed EasyTurf around the Daley Ranch House just east of Escondido, Calif. I was tasked with photographing the installation around […]

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EasyTurf is a hit at GIE Expo!

The doors opened – and we’ve been flooded since. The EasyTurf booth is buzzing with activity. The general public, vendors, distributors and even Expo staff have been over to check out what makes EasyTurf so amazing.  We’re showcasing the ingenious engineering involved in the creation of our artificial grass and proprietary MaxxFlow backing, which includes drainage tiles made from recycled synthetic turf. […]

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No tricks, just treats!

Halloween is my second favorite holiday – so when a local elementary school asked if we could help with their haunted house, I and a few other EasyTurf staff gladly said yes! We worked well into the night, hanging skeletons, bats and goblins, spreading spider webs, and cooking up ghoulish gruel in the cauldron room. We also brought some EasyTurf […]

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EasyTurf: The other Long Beach All Stars

EasyTurf made a splash on the first day of the Long Beach Landscape Expo. We  joined landscape construction, architecture and designers to promote landscape enhancement. Our EasyTurf display includes an interactive look at the ingenious engineering involved in the creation of their artificial grass and proprietary MaxxFlo backing – and vendors and homeowners alike are impressed. “A lot of people […]

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If Necessity is the Mother of Invention, Boredom is the Mother of Sport

More than 7,000 years ago, Egyptians at their boss’s boring BBQ, picked up some rocks and threw them at another rock – giving birth to Bocce Ball. Where the BBQ part may be a stretch, the earliest recorded version of Bocce Ball did occur in Egypt around 5200 B.C. Several hundred years later, the Romans, using coconuts brought back from […]

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Join hands and celebrate – but wash them first!

October 15 is Global Handwashing Day! This day was chosen to raise awareness about the importance of hand washing with soap – the most effective and inexpensive way to prevent diarrheal and acute respiratory infections. It’s crazy to think that so many diseases and illnesses spread because people simply do not take 20 seconds to wash their hands. Here’s the right way […]

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Celebrating the man who almost discovered America!

I don’t need much reason to host a backyard BBQ, so Columbus Day is more than enough motivation to hang out with good friends and good food in my outdoor living spaces. Before firing up the grill, I thought I’d brush up on my history a bit. I learned a few things, and these are tidbits contrary to what I learned in school […]

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