In Case You Missed It: Here’s What We’ve Been Up To This Summer

By June 23, 2020Uncategorized

Its been a busy month at Belknap Landscape. We’ve worked on many great properties, and we’ve had the opportunity to partner with friends on some fun projects to help inform and educate on important topics for property owners. In case you missed them, check out some of the things we were up to below.


Helping Protect Our Lakes

Protecting the water quality of our lakes is important. Much of what property owners, and service providers do on waterfront and watershed landscapes can have a significant influence on water quality. That’s why we partnered with NH Lakes to cohost two webinars of their lake-friendly living webinar series.

NH Lakes is a statewide non-profit organization that is dedicated to keeping our lakes clean and healthy. As their partner in these webinars we discussed how to get the landscape you want, and how to maintain your landscape in ways that help protect our lakes.

In case you missed them, the webinars were recorded and can be viewed by clicking below.

How to Get the Lake-Friendly Landscape You’ll Love

Lake-Friendly Ways to Maintain Your Landscape


Working With Others to Give Advice

The summer is an excellent time to take on new projects and assure the health and viability of your landscape. The trees on your property especially benefit from a proactive care plan in the summer. That’s why we partnered with with several other experts around the country to provide a guide to caring for your trees this summer.

Click the link below to see what the industry experts have to say, or as always give us a call. Peter our ISA certified arborist is looking forward to assisting you with your tree care needs.

Expert Summer Tree Care Tips


Supporting a Lakes Region Gem

Help us support a Lakes Region Gem!

The annual plant sale is still underway at Kirkwood Gardens. Located on Route 3 in Holderness, Kirkwood Gardens is a part of the Squam Lake Natural Science Center. Proceeds from the plant sale benefitting the science center, and their educational purpose for residents and visitors of the Lakes Region.

Stop by Kirkwood Gardens to pick up a new plant, tour the gardens, or relax for a bit. Admission to the gardens is free and you won’t be sorry you discovered this gem off of Squam Lake.

Click Here To Learn More About Kirkwood Gardens


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