New Milford, CT – YardScapes Landscape Professionals is proud to announce that each one $15,000 in proceeds raised on the 16th Annual Quad-Am Golf Classic had been donated to Pratt Nature Center, a non-profit group in New Milford, CT.
Shayne Newman, who based YardScapes in 1990 says, “Our company philosophy states, ‘We believe that everyone, everywhere, benefits from a connection with nature’ and that mindset aligns perfectly with The Pratt Nature Center’s mission.”
The Pratt Center is a 205-acre wildlife protect and environmental training heart in New Milford and was based in 1967. Their mission assertion reads, “The Pratt Nature Center’s mission is to stimulate a lifelong responsibility for and joy in the natural world by encouraging people to experience themselves as part of nature, dependent on the Earth’s resources.” Pratt Nature Center supplies fantastic alternatives for out of doors enjoyable and discovery and is a US Department of the Interior designated National Environmental Study Area. They boast a homeschool program that’s nature-based and experience-focused to assist enrich the training of kids in a pure setting they usually frequently host various packages and occasions which are enjoyable for all ages. Diane Swanson, Executive Director at Pratt, says, “We are all the time so joyful to have YardScapes’ help and this donation will make a big impression on Pratt’s want checklist to develop on packages or fix-up a number of issues for all the youngsters and households that come to expertise this glorious out of doors heart “.
What began as a “hackfest” in 2005, has reworked into the YardScapes Golf Classic and attracts community-minded professionals from Litchfield County and past. The 2021 match was held in September on the unique Bulls Bridge Golf Club in South Kent, and participant registration offered out in file time.
To date, this match has raised over $111,000 for native non-profit organizations within the New Milford group.
YardScapes has a powerful file for volunteerism and giving again to native communities by way of this match, their spring and fall days of service, Green Care for Troops, and different varied occasions, actions, sponsorships, and donations all year long. Shayne believes, “When it comes to giving back, we feel it’s important to do what we can in the communities where our clients and associates live and work. We proudly support the efforts of a wide range of non-profits and programs both locally and nationally.”
PHOTO CAPTION: YardScapes Landscape Professionals’ founder Shayne Newman introduced Pratt Nature Center Executive Director Diane Swanson with a $15,000 donation from all proceeds raised on the 16th Annual YardScapes Quad-Am Golf Classic that was held in September.