We believe that every landscape we design, install or maintain can benefit our community by providing an environment
for people of all ages by being outside enjoying precious moments with family and friends. This is the essence of community.
Our purpose:“Building Community One Landscape at a Time.”
When you work with The Great Canadian Landscaping Company, your business provides us with the means and privilege of giving back to our community. During the past twenty years, The Great Canadian Landscaping Company has provided over $200,000 of contributions to local charities, sport teams and community foundations. By providing gift certificates and services to them, they have been able to raise the necessary funds to operate or give back to the local communities that they serve. Each year, through the “Cultivating Community” program we identify organizations that we believe fit within our directives of building community and in turn we make our local community stronger. However, none of this would be possible, without clients like you.
Building community is an integral part of our daily routine here at The Great Canadian Landscaping Company. Attending and being a part of local events such as the Lynn Valley Days and Canada Day Parade are important to our team’s culture and development as a business. We are proud to have built our company’s roots from the small village of Lynn Valley, which now services Vancouver, the North Shore and Sea to Sky Corridor.
Pumpkinfest embraces community spirit and raises funds to be used in the community of West Vancouver. On average, over 5,000 people come together each year at the West Vancouver Community Centre to enjoy the pumpkin patch, where children interact with farm animals, partake in interactive games, gymnastics, swimming and ice-skating, peruse artisan markets, and enjoy local food vendors while listening to fantastic local musical talent.
Community gardens are another way for us to cultivate community. Often, densely-populated urban areas don’t have space to grow their own food however, community gardens allow us to achieve this while providing a space for community to gather, converse and learn more about growing food, reducing the desire for imported goods, reducing the carbon footprint of our city.
Edible gardens have become increasingly popular in residential and urban gardening. The planting of elegant and edible plants, such as marigolds and pansies, in your landscape can provide a great addition to your favorite recipes and render bountiful harvests throughout the season.
More and more gardeners are planting bee-friendly gardens which can increase the abundance of flowers and fruit in the landscape. With the recent reduction in native bees, honeybees, solitary bees and other pollinators, it is important to incorporate bee-friendly plants whenever possible. By planting a bee-friendly garden, you too can do your part by helping the bees thrive with the shrinking inventory of flower-rich habitats in our urban areas.
Supporting young, energetic students with bursaries to further their post secondary
education in horticulture, landscape construction or landscape design is key to our long-term success in our industry. When we provide additional financial resources to students at the high-school, college and university levels, it allows them to concentrate their energy and focus on their studying without the burden of financial resources and student debt.
We service residential & commercial properties in Vancouver, the North Shore and the Sea to Sky Corridor.
We are experts in Landscape Design, Maintenance, Installation, Carpentry, and Snow & Ice Management Services.
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