landscaping

COGENTRIX REVISES QUAIL BRUSH PLANS TO LESSEN VISUAL IMPACTS



September 8, 2012 (San Diego’s East County) – On August 31, Cogentrix filed a supplement to its original application for the Quail Brush Generation Project (Quail Brush) in response to community concerns regarding the project. The filing includes several modifications to the plant developed in response to community feedback gathered over the past several months. Cogentrix states these would reduce visual and environmental impacts in the surrounding areas. Specific alterations to the Project are as follows:

PROTECTING YOUR PROPERTY AFTER A FIRE: RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION

 

September 7, 2009 (San Diego's East County)--Fire destroys hundreds of homes each year in California and often burns thousands of acres of land. If your property was damaged by fire, the California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) is pleased to offer some recommendations to help your landscape recover and to help protect your property.

 

DRY TIMES: WATER-SAVING LANDSCAPE ADVICE

April 4, 2009 (San Diego)—With water districts urging consumers to cut outdoor water usage by 40% amid the drought, homeowners are left wondering how to maintain an attractive yard without being water hogs—and paying hefty prices to be levied against heavy water users. The California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) offers some recommendations for consumers to make smart choices and protect the environment even with mandated water reductions.