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Rain gardens are a natural way to manage stormwater run-off, and they play an important role in delivering ecosystem services through the landscape. Rain gardens absorb water and allow it to percolate rather than running off into storm drains. They...

Employee burnout is practically an epidemic in the American workplace. Taking a toll on employees are stress levels, preoccupation with issues going on outside of work, and overall fatigue.

Take Jim, who is thinking about an upcoming vacation—he’s...

Permeable pavers create a pervious surface that allows water to percolate into the ground rather than running off into stormwater systems. Permeable paving systems are comprised of a durable, load-bearing surface applied over a crushed-stone base....

What is a green roof, and how could your building benefit from rooftop vegetation?

You might be wondering this if you’ve visited cities like Chicago or Washington D.C., where green roofs are replacing some conventional rooftops, particularly on...

At Klausing Group, we talk a lot about how your landscape should do more than just look good. Your Central Kentucky property should truly “work” for you as an attractive, functional asset that—while looking great—also serves a useful, beneficial...

Ask more of your landscape. Go deeper than curb appeal and selecting plants as eye candy for your commercial property. Seriously consider how your commercial landscape can contribute to a greener community.

Your landscape can make a measurable...

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