18 Apr 2017

Carefree Town Center Gardens to get free facelift

BY LINDA BENTLEY | MARCH 2, 2011 | Sonoran News

Carefree resident Mark Wdowiak, who owns Desert Foothills Landscape with his wife Juanita, after being approached by Carefree residents and master gardeners Marilyn Maloney and June Reilly, offered to enhance the landscaping in Carefree Town Center Gardens at no cost to the town.

During the March 1 council meeting, Town Administrator Gary Neiss said Maloney and Reilly had approached the town regarding their desire to further enhance the gardens.

Those conversations resulted in their contacting Wdowiak to see what level of interest he might have in participating in the project.

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18 Apr 2017

Home of Distinction – 2016 – Cantabria

To help raise money for a wonderful local organization, St. Joseph the Worker, that helps disadvantaged individuals, Desert Foothills Landscape partnered with Cantabria Homes in July of 2016.  The mission of St. Joseph the Worker is to assist homeless, low-income and other disadvantaged individuals in their efforts to become self-sufficient through quality employment.
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18 Apr 2017

The “WOW!” Factor

Aaron Clark, president of Desert Foothills Landscape, was featured in the April 2016, Ornamental Breeder publication story called “The ‘wow’ Factor”.

Today’s consumers want to make a statement with their landscapes, whether it’s through sustainability or plants that make the neighbors take notice.  Aaron Clark, president of Desert Foothills Landscape in Arizona, is seeing his clients during the last four or five years asking for what he terms “the wow factor.”
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14 Feb 2017

2017 Masters of the Southwest Award Winner

CHAD NORRIS
2017 Masters of the Southwest Award Winner

In every profession, there are those individuals for whom the work seems effortless, as though they were born into their jobs. Landscape designer Chad Norris is one of those people. Self-taught, Chad has an innate skill when it comes to desert plants and using them to create jaw-dropping environments that make homeowners want to live outdoors year-round.
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