The Green Team Hosts Seasonal Potluck Celebration
The Green Team of Wisconsin, Inc., a sustainable landscape management company owned by Bradley Blaeser that serves southeastern Wisconsin, will host a potluck luncheon at the Sustainable Landscape Consortium headquarters from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., December 5. Educators, contractors, urban farmers and anyone interested in environmentally responsible landscaping and related services can bring a dish and enjoy the opportunity to network, celebrate the accomplishments of the past season and strategize innovative ways to collaborate in the coming season.
In addition to Blaeser’s company, Sustainable Landscape Consortium member businesses include Earthcare Natural Lawn and Landscapes, a company specializing in ecological landscape design and organic lawn care services; Greener Roofs and Gardens, LLC, a company that focuses on ecological water management and creating signature spaces that sustain the planet; and Forester Tree Service, plant health care specialists and certified arborists.
“The consortium members have grown and are expanding,” says Blaeser. “We want to share the positive news and present opportunities within our businesses, as well as foster collaborations with others.”
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Location: 5402 W. State St., Milwaukee. For more information, call 414-721-1431, email Bradley@GreenTeamWi.com or visit GreenTeamWi.com.
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