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Robert Wrightson was recently promoted from Crew Leader to Field Manager here at Nature Designs. Robert will work hand-in-hand with our Maintenance Leader, Terri Maguire, to maintain the highest standards for maintenance and customer satisfaction.
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Congratulations to Kara Ryska! She has been promoted to Sales Leader here at Nature Designs. Kara stepped into this leadership role on March 1st and is in charge of sales training, team building, and keeping the highest level of client satisfaction in the industry.
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Steve Jacobs was invited to join the list of instructors that have been selected to teach the University of California Cooperative Extension, San Diego County Master Gardener Class of 2014. Steve was a part of a team of UC researchers, industry professionals, and local experts that will in total provide the training class with more than 100 hours of instruction over the 19 week course. A variety of topics will be addressed including Soils, Water Management, Plant Pathology, Integrated Pest Management, Tree Crop Management, and Vegetable Crop Management. After successfully completing the course, the newly graduated Master Gardeners will provide educational outreach to the citizens of San Diego County regarding non-commercial home horticulture and pest management.
Steve Jacobs Featured at the Rancho Santa Fe Review: Investing in Your Second Largest Asset – Landscaping
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Aside from your home, your landscape is typically the second largest personal asset you own. It’s an asset that can add tens of thousands of dollars of value to your home. Landscaping not only adds value immediately; it continues adding value for years to come because while other home renovations, such as kitchen and bathroom upgrades, eventually go out of style, plants and tree continue to grow and become more lush and valuable year after year.
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Although it can be hard to tell here in San Diego, with our blue skies and t-shirt weather, it is winter. Most of us associate winter with the holidays, family time, and curling up by the fire, not with spending time in our gardens. That’s what spring and summer are for, right? Well, not necessarily. There are definitely things to do in the garden this time of the year. One is to prepare your garden for the freezing temperatures that have been forecasted to occur in a few weeks’ time. Also, there are steps you can take in winter to maintain the overall health of your garden.