Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area Now a Level II Arboretum
Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area and commercial properties are now a Level II arboretum. To secure the accreditation, BrightView and other volunteers demonstrated stewardship and care for more than 100 species of trees and woody plants. Level II accreditation also requires additional educational and public programming.
Plant Health Care: A Prescription for Curb Appeal
Staying healthy takes work. From eating right to exercising, getting enough sleep and managing stress, good health doesn’t happen automatically. The same is true for plants and trees. When it comes to maintaining a vibrant landscape, Plant Health Care is the answer.
Resort at Squaw Creek Partnership Proves Expertise Goes Beyond Golf
Working together with Kurt Buxton, Vice President of BrightView Design Group, Squaw Creek’s farm-to-table vision soon became a reality. In addition to his design expertise, Buxton was well versed in sustainable agriculture and particularly in hydroponics, a soil-free method of growing plants in sand or gravel that recycles water and saves nutrients that normally leach through soil.
BrightView Landscape Services Cares for Landscapes at Historic Colonial Williamsburg
Colonial Williamsburg, the world's largest living history museum, is now having its 300+ acres of landscaping maintained and cared for by BrightView. More than two dozen of the in-house landscapers have joined the company to continue working at the historic attraction.
Complementing the Guest Experience
Nemacolin Woodlands Resort had top-quality experiences for their guests, but needed to make their landscape match the accommodations. The landscaping now works in harmony with the existing environment and is characterized by many naturalized areas, clean lines, and simplified designs.