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TAG: field renovation

Project EverGreen and SFMA team up to revitalize baseball field in Georgia

January 20, 2022By
Volunteers from STMA, Project EverGreen and the Chatham County Parks & Recreation Department refurbished the baseball field at Mother Mathilda Beasley Park in Savannah, Ga. (Photo credit: Steve and Suz Trusty)

SFMA, Project EverGreen and the Chatham County Parks & Recreation Department teamed up to revitalize a baseball field in Savannah, Ga. read more

Getting turf planted in the nick of time

May 15, 2020By
Mark Razum, head groundskeeper of the Colorado Rockies tends to the infield at Coors Field. (Photo: Colorado Rockies)

Renovating a field in any circumstances can be a challenge. In the case of the Colorado Rockies, the field renovation and heating system update included a snowstorm that put the project two weeks behind and a delayed start of the season due to the coronavirus. The delayed start turned out to be a blessing in disguise, however, as it allowed... 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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STMA, Project Evergreen kick off “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.”

October 8, 2014By
Photos: Allison Barwacz

In conjunction with the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) and Turfgrass Water Conservation Alliance, Project EverGreen completed the first project for its “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.” initiative by revitalizing a soccer field Cleveland. The initiative was designed to restore green spaces for the community to enjoy. The idea of the “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.” initiative grew from Project EverGreen’s “Art of Green Spaces Poster... read more