We all have a vision for an “ideal” lawn and garden – it should be healthy, lush, and green, plus the lawn should feel soft on your bare feet.
Why move to organic land care?
Because, most of all, your property must be safe for you, your family, and your animals – not inundated with pesticides and synthetic (conventional) fertilizers.
Organic land care means taking a “whole systems” approach to maintaining your lawn, trees, and shrubs without using toxic chemicals. Your property will look so good that your neighbors will want to “go green” along with you, after they see the results you’re getting.
We’re just now learning about the devastating health and environmental effects of many pesticides and practices used during the past 60+ years. What will be the long-term impacts in 10, 20 or 30 years of many synthetic chemicals currently in use, and supposedly labeled as safe? Bottom line: We just don’t know.
More and more, people are refusing to take a “wait and see” attitude, but instead are choosing organic landscape practices designed to get the best out of their yards, but at the same time protecting the health of their families and the environment.
Your choices can make a real difference . . .
Go Organic with Us
Organic Plant Care LLC is committed to using the best in organic practices. We’re a member of the New Jersey chapter of NOFA (Northeast Organic Farm Association) and have staff members who have completed the Accredited Organic Land Care Professional (AOLCP) certification program.
The Northeast Organic Farming Association is a non-profit organization of over 5,000 farmers, gardeners, landscape professionals and consumers working to promote healthy food, organic farming practices and a cleaner environment. NOFA has chapters in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont.
To read more about NOFA, visit: http://www.organiclandcare.net/about/why-organic
To learn more about NOFA’s educational programs and Organic Land Care practices, visit: www.organiclandcare.net/education/introduction-olc