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By: Quiet Nature  09-12-2011
Keywords: landscape, Landscape Design, Sustainable Landscape

An article from The Record describes Quiet Nature’s re-branding and transformation, highlighting the launch of its zero emission maintenance division. 

Quiet Nature’s first green driveway installation is featured in the inaugural edition of ‘Green Living in Waterloo Region’.

Quiet Nature’s Derek Lippert was featured in Holmes Magazine showcasing sustainable, low maintenance backyards.

Quiet Nature owner Derek Lippert speaks with The Record newspaper about the pesticide ban and ‘relearning our old ways and a sense of ethics.”

An article from The Record describes the early days for Quiet Nature (formerly Naturally Maintained) and introduces the natural landscape concept to the area.

Sustainable landscape design is the subject matter of this Beautiful Landscapes Magazine article featuring Quiet Nature (formerly Naturally Maintained.)

Keywords: landscape, Landscape Design, Sustainable Landscape, Sustainable Landscape Design

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Category » Press Releases « @ Quiet Nature

SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS – ‘GREEN’ COMPANY EXPANDS SERVICE OFFERINGSZero emission lawn and garden service to launch at KW Home & Garden Show. After years of research, pondering, and crunching numbers, the business finally decided to launch the electric service. A local business is making a difference for our Region’s air quality this season.


Category » Naturalization « @ Quiet Nature

What activities, pursuits, and developments meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. We don’t completely know how much energy and resources we can use today while still leaving enough for those who will follow. Spotting it early is your best bet, especially when undertaking a naturalization project. This really is an elusive question and an ambiguous word.


Category » Design/Build « @ Quiet Nature

Building a rain garden into your landscape design is beneficial for many reasons: they improve water quality by filtering runoff; provide localized flood control by reducing the surge of water to urban creeks following a heavy rainfall; are aesthetically pleasing; and provide interesting planting opportunities.


Category » Awards « @ Quiet Nature

Quiet Nature wins prestigious Landscape Ontario Award for unique water feature project.