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Case Study – PPLD 21c Landscape Conversion

Follow the journey of site modifications, herbicide applications, and the installation of Tahoma 31 in this comprehensive landscape transformation timeline. Witness the challenges faced, including weather impacts and weed control measures, through progress photos from June to September. Explore the remarkable before-and-after changes in this landscaping project.

2023 Best Landscape and Lawn Care Companies to Work For

Fisk Lawnscapes was recently named as one of the 2023 Best Landscape and Lawn Care Companies to Work For. This inaugural awards program was created in 2023 and is a project of Lawn & Landscape and Best Companies Group. This survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of [...]

5 Ways to Reduce Your Wildfire Risk

Wildfire Mitigation is truly a year-round activity that requires consistent maintenance. If only it were so easy as to cut down brush once and not have it grow back! But landscapes are living organisms, and continue to grow, spread, and change over time. It’s also easy to think that if you don’t live directly [...]

2023-05-15T02:46:26+00:00 Fire Mitigation|

Your Greener Yard Starts Now With Lawn Aeration

Everyone in Colorado wants a beautiful, green yard to enjoy during the summer. However, focusing on your yard during the summer months isn’t always enough. A great yard begins before the grass starts growing in the spring. We previously wrote about the importance of winter watering to keep winter kill from happening (read it here). The [...]

Outdoor Living in Colorado Springs

We love creating outdoor living spaces to relax and enjoy life. We recently worked in central Colorado Springs to re-do our customer's backyard landscaping. The job consisted of xeriscaping a large portion of the grass area to reduce water usage and building a large patio area. Allan Block court yard walls were used to define [...]

The Wildlife Urban Interface

What is the Wildlife Urban Interface (WUI) and why does it matter? Over 6.6 million acres of Colorado are within this zone. This zone includes any man-made structure built within or around flammable vegetation, and especially where there exists a high possibility of wildfire risk. For El Paso county residents, the main areas within [...]

2023-05-15T02:44:02+00:00 Fire Mitigation|

What is Fire Mitigation and Why is it Important?

 Living in Colorado sometimes means living through dry spells and high risk of fire danger.  Stretches without rain and snow, combined with high winds that come off the mountains cause conditions ripe for wildfire. And while burn restrictions and fire warnings may be the norm for residents, we want to make sure that everyone is [...]

2023-05-15T02:45:17+00:00 Fire Mitigation|