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A NATIVE APPROACH TO PENNSYLVANIA LANDSCAPES

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Native Creations Landscape Services is the only full service Conservation Landscape company serving Northeast and Central Pennsylvania dedicated to creating sustainable, multifunctional landscapes through the use of native plants.

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Today is the day! Come by this evening to join BCAWS to learn about some things ways you can work with stormwater on your property.

We are honored again this year to sponsor this awesome event. Colleen DeLong, our Conservation Landscape Biologist, will be the guest speaker. With multiple years of experience working with pheasant and woodcock habitat throughout PA and other states, we are truly looking forward to her talk.

BENEFITS OF CONSERVATION LANDSCAPING

ATTRACT WILDLIFE

COST STAVINGS

COMMUNITY MINDED

PEST & DISEASE RESISTANT

MULTI-FUNCTIONAL LANDSCAPES

LOW MAINTENANCE

YEAR ROUND BEAUTY

CLEANER AIR & WATER

SEASONAL COLORS

GREAT SUCCESS RATE

A HEALTHIER ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL LIVING THINGS

Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional

Native Creations is the Region’s first Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional (CBLP)

We have many partners in conservation and encourage you to learn more about their efforts to protect our environment.

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Native Creations Landscape Services, Inc.

Native Creations Landscape Services, Inc.

We are a residential and commercial landscape company dedicated to promoting the use of native plants in PA landscapes.

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Today is the day! Come by this evening to join BCAWS to learn about some things ways you can work with stormwater on your property. ... See MoreSee Less

Today is the day!  Come by this evening to join BCAWS to learn about some things ways you can work with stormwater on your property.

Join BCAWS next week for an in-formal yet educational workshop on rain gardens, rain barrels, and a completed research project that quantifies the benefits of some of these BMPs in our area. ... See MoreSee Less

Don't miss this year's Women in Agriculture and Conservation Conference on March 20th in Bloomsburg! Enjoy a light breakfast, catered lunch, a fun activity, lots of learning and networking! Please register by calling 570-317-9456 ... See MoreSee Less

Considering expanding your business services into the "growing" sector of Riparian Buffer installation? Join us on March 5, 2024:
This online course, led by Justin Ulanoski, of Native Creations Landscaping, will cover
the practical aspects of running a successful riparian buffer contracting operation.
Topics will include best practices for managing field work, crew training, tools & equipment, estimating & budgets, and working with nonprofit partners.
A guest panel of contractors and nonprofit partners will add to the discussion.
Join us and add your business to the growing network of contractors planting and
managing buffers to improve water quality across the Bay region.
Certified pros $5.00 | Public $10.00
2.5 CBLP CEUs will be available
certified.cblpro.org/product/business-of-buffers-webinar/
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Considering expanding your business services into the growing sector of Riparian Buffer installation? Join us on March 5, 2024: 
This online course, led by Justin Ulanoski, of Native Creations Landscaping, will cover
the practical aspects of running a successful riparian buffer contracting operation.
Topics will include best practices for managing field work, crew training, tools & equipment, estimating & budgets, and working with nonprofit partners.
A guest panel of contractors and nonprofit partners will add to the discussion.
Join us and add your business to the growing network of contractors planting and
managing buffers to improve water quality across the Bay region.
Certified pros $5.00 | Public $10.00
2.5 CBLP CEUs will be available
https://certified.cblpro.org/product/business-of-buffers-webinar/
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Native plants are species that are indigenous to a specific region. Native species promote bio-diversity on your property and require less work and resources to flourish.

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A tremendous amount of water applied to lawns and gardens is never absorbed by the plants and put to use. The greatest waste of water is applying too much too often, resulting in runoff.

• A 1,000 square foot lawn requires 10,000 gallons of water per summer to maintain a “green” look.

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Most invasive plants are “exotics.” That is, they have been brought here from another ecosystem, frequently from another continent. That often means that they arrived here with few or no natural enemies to control them and hold down their numbers.

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Water, food, shelter (including nesting spots), and space to live out their lives in a fairly undisturbed way are the basic things all animals need. The more of these elements we can provide in our suburban and urban landscapes, the better off wildlife will be. If we provide a diversity of habitats which include native plants, and few if any pesticides, more of the locally-evolved species will be able to coexist with us.

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Reduce runoff and soil erosion and stabilize slopes by planting native trees, shrubs, and perennial ground covers in swales and on terraces, in addition to level and raised areas Reducing stormwater runoff, erosion, flooding, and sediment buildup is a major benefit of practicing conservation landscaping techniques in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

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