Cape Cod Landscape Association
Is a non-profit trade association serving the needs of individuals and businesses working in and involved with the Green Industry on Cape Cod and in Southeastern Massachusetts.
CCLA NEWS !!!
When: Thursday, June 7th at 7pm
Where: Cape Cinema – Dennis, MA
Doors open at 6pm and there will be a cash bar. Following the film there will be a short panel discussion with Claudia Thompson, founder of Grow Native Massachusetts and Theresa Sprague of BlueFlax Design and president of Ecological Landscape Alliance.
Advance tickets online through Cape Cinema (scroll down the page and click on 7PM to purchase tickets). A portion of the proceeds support APCC. More information can be found on our website: http://www.apcc.org/events/fiveseasons.html
Film is presented by the Association to Preserve Cape Cod (APCC).
Tickets: $15. A portion of the proceeds support APCC’s programs.
Piet Oudolf has radically redefined what gardens can be. As Rick Darke, the famous botanist, says to Piet in the film, “your work teaches us to see what what we have been unable to see.” Through poetic cinematography and unique access, FIVE SEASONS will reveal all that Piet sees, and celebrate all that we as viewers have been unable to see.
Falmouth has a Fertilizer Bylaw that PROHIBITS the use of fertilizer on lawns within 100 feet of a protected resource area listed in Falmouth Wetlands, Regulations 10.02 (1) (a-d) including any: bank, freshwater wetland, coastal wetland, beach dune, flat, marsh, swamp, wet meadow, bog, vernal pool, reservoir, creek, estuary, stream, pond, lake, the ocean or land under water bodies. The Town Bylaw bans ANY fertilizing in these areas. The Department of Marine and Environmental Services is charged with enforcing this bylaw, but voluntary citizen cooperation will be the key to its success
By Sean F. Driscoll. “Take 10: Executive Landscaping of South Dennis takes care of all things outdoors” Cape Cod Times Mar 25, 2018
A 12th-generation Cape Codder, Chris Cotoia grew up helping his grandfather, a caretaker, tend to local properties and gardens.
He then moved on to mowing lawns and tending to properties on his own before going away to college to study architectural design. But after he came home, it didn’t take him long to get back to his first love, which eventually turned into the founding of Executive Landscaping.
Continue reading article from Cape Cod Times (Click Here)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – BOSTON – February 8, 2018 – After 25 years, the award-winning horticultural tradeshow New England GROWS is discontinuing operation. The GROWS board of directors, representing the four founding partner organizations, made the unanimous decision to dissolve and disband both the GROWS event and the organization.
“The decision to dissolve New England GROWS was difficult, but we all believe it is the right decision at the right time, ” said GROWS President Michelle Harvey of Lakeview Nurseries in Lunenburg, MA. “Changes both within and outside of the industry contributed to the decision to close GROWS, but this does not diminish the significant and positive contributions GROWS has made to the local green industry over the past 25 years. ” read more…
We’re pleased to let our members and friends know that we have moved into a new office.
Please update your records to reflect this change. We are now at
10 Main Street, Second Floor, Cotuit, MA 02635. Our phone number remains the same.
We’re at the corner of Main Street and Route 28 in beautiful Cotuit.
We’re still settling in and once the dust has settled we’re planning on having an Open House to show off our new space.
Cape Cod Landscape Association, Inc. is a non-profit trade association serving the needs of individuals and businesses working in and involved with the Green Industry on Cape Cod and in southeastern Massachusetts. Founded over 25 years ago, the CCLA has over 200 members.
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