Cultivating Community

Mark believes in giving back to the community that supported the growth of his business. The company regularly donates plants, services, and finances to local community landscape projects.

Through the years we have been honored to have opportunities to support our community, including town projects, schools, libraries, churches, athletics, and non-profit groups.

Resent projects that we have helped to complete include the landscaping for the Amy Harris Memorial Reading Garden at Hussey School in Berwick, Maine, the non-profit Fabulous Find in Kittery, Maine, and the new library in South Berwick, Maine. Through our affiliation with MeLNA we have been involved in volunteer projects for Camp Sunshine in Casco, Maine and the Morrison Center in Scarborough, Maine.


In 2011 Salmon Falls Nursery donated trees for the “ReWilding Project” at the Central School in South Berwick, Maine. Here is a link to Terrance Parker’s 2014 lecture outlining the project.

2014 Seacoast Repertory Theater, Portsmouth, NH


“Thank you so much for designing and coordinating the creation of Amy’s Reading Garden. It will be a peaceful, beautiful spot for the children and teachers.”

2014 Susie LeClair, Vivian E. Hussey Primary School, Berwick, Maine


“The staff, volunteers and Board of Directors of the Fabulous Find wish to thank you for your very generous donation…You provided services during our start-up phase of this venture that would not have been possible for us to accomplish for quite some time.”

2013 Sue Sowerby, Secretary, Fabulous Find, Kittery, Maine


“Thank you for your donation of the beautiful landscaping. We appreciate that you share the vision of what a library can mean for a community.”

2012 Patti Mitchem, Campaign Chair, Friends of the South Berwick Library


“The work and makeover performed by you and your crew was wonderful, and the results are outstanding. Many thanks again for helping to enhance our campus, so that children with life-threatening illnesses and their families can fully enjoy every space throughout our facility.”

2012 Matthew Hoidal, Esq., Executive Director, Camp Sunshine


“Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined that so much work could be done in one day. It was a wonderful day and I hope all who were involved with this effort realize what a contribution this was for the Center and how terrific it came out.”

2010 Jim DeCamillis, Executive Director, Morrison Center