By Donovan Arborists | February 10, 2019 0
For the past 30 years Denver nonprofit The Park People has operated a program called Denver Digs Trees. Originally conceived as a way for nurseries to dispose of a few trees after the planting season, today The Park People negotiates with area wholesale nurseries to acquire over 1.000 trees for distribution in the city. To date, the program has placed more than 51,000 trees throughout the community.
Last year, Denver Water celebrated its 100th anniversary. In 1918, Denver residents voted to buy the Denver Union Water Company and form the municipal agency now known as Denver Water.
In a DIY era, Jacks of All and Masters of None will take photos on a cell phone and call them good enough for their website. The same Jacks will rent a floor sander and attempt to make their floors look like new. Not so much. They’ll dedicate a weekend to replacing the concrete front walk. It crumbles way too soon. And in the pre April 15 season, they’ll take a whack at their own tax preparation. Audit alarms are going off.