Beacon Hill Community Garden Receives Grant from BrightView Fund for Social Justice
The BrightView Fund for Social Justice provided a grant to the Seattle Beacon Hill Garden Club, an affiliated program of Beacon Arts. The community garden seeks to provide food stability for residents experiencing financial hardship.
Reduce Your Water Usage
If ever there was a reason to change up your landscape strategy, a once-in-a-millennia mega-drought ought to be it. As the Western United States remains in the grips of punishingly dry temperatures and increasing water restrictions, you can stay above the fray with some simple tweaks.
BrightView's 5-Pronged Approach to Achieving Carbon Neutrality
Eliminating carbon from our own operations represents BrightView's biggest opportunity to contribute to a healthy environment and be a leader in our industry. This infographic illustrates our approach to achieving carbon neutrality.
BrightView Provides Landscaping for Severely Injured Veteran
BrightView Design Group was recently engaged in a project in Sacramento, Calif., to provide the landscape and irrigation design on a 2-acre property. The local team provided all rough grade, drainage, irrigation, planting, and sod for almost 18,000 square feet of landscaping.
Crews Mobilize Across the Country in Response to Rare Washington Snow Event
Washington state residents hoping for a white Christmas had their wish granted this year. In response to “a rare event” due to a strong cold snap from the Alaska Panhandle, BrightView teams across the country launched a remarkable effort to aid their Washington state teammates and clients.