TAG: Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids

Project Evergreen contest to win Exmark mower and field renovation project

November 2, 2016By

Project EverGreen, in partnership with Exmark Manufacturing, the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) and The Foundation for Safer Athletic Fields for Everyone (SAFE) is sponsoring the “Our Winning Green Space” contest to give parks & recreation and public works departments a chance to win an Exmark Lazer Z X-Series mower package and a “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.” renovation project for... read more

‘Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.’ fixes up public park athletic fields

July 13, 2015By

Project EverGreen has completed its latest “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.” project with weed removal, soil aeration and fertilizer applications to the baseball and softball fields at Fair Oaks Park in Marietta, Ga. Working in partnership with the Cobb County Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs department (PRCA), Project EverGreen and ValleyCrest Landscape Companies delivered much-needed turf management services to restore and renew... read more

Project EverGreen unveils new ‘Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.’ logo

May 11, 2015By

Project EverGreen has released a new logo for its “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.” Initiative. Project EverGreen’s “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.” is an initiative to renovate and revitalize parks and athletic fields for children to have access to safe places to play and exercise. Key contributors to the initiative include the Dominion Foundation, Performance Nutrition and the STMA (Sports Turf Managers... read more

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Project EverGreen, STMA initiative combats childhood obesity

September 24, 2014By

Project EverGreen launched its “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.” initiative to work against childhood obesity, a collaboration with the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) and the Turfgrass Water Conservation Alliance. The initiative was created to restore and revitalize green spaces such as sports fields and parks for kids to play, exercise and connect. Childhood obesity has doubled and adolescence obesity has quadrupled in the past... read more