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  • Palermo Show Stable
    The training home of grand prix rider Osvaldo Ornia Pacher, Palermo Show Stable is a full-service hunter, jumper, and equitation facility. The stable staff trains riders young and old in English-style riding and even offers training sessions for horses and people in convincing horse costumes. Palermo Show Stable also hosts USEF horse shows throughout the year and imports Argentinian sport horses that are available for lease or purchase.
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    1555 Burnt Mill Rd
    Bedminster, NJ US
  • Silver Bit & Spur Farm
    Silver Bit & Spur Farm trains riders in the three primary horsemanship techniques: Western, English, and dressage. Over 60 acres of trails are accessible, providing a family-friendly backdrop for children's summer camps, birthday parties, and other special events, while boarding facilities with a vast indoor arena and three outdoor arenas are available for horses who need somewhere to host their sleepover parties.
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    631 Rte. 523 S
    Whitehouse Station, NJ US
  • Ceres Victory Gardens
    Owner Dennis McNamara's love of nature and sustainable gardening bloomed into a full-time endeavor when he founded Ceres Victory Gardens to help people of all gardening experience levels create their own gardens at home. He and his staff of green thumbs install simple or multitiered gardens in backyards, introducing homeowners to produce that is fresher than anything that comes from the local farmers' market or fruit hat. After they spread peat, composted manure, and loamy topsoil, the gardeners sow a bounty of veggies, fruit, herbs, or flowers suitable for New Jersey's moderate climate and 10-month growing season. They concoct all of their own organic pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, and fertilizers to protect plants, reducing contamination and the need to seal edibles in an airtight bubble. The employees embellish the fruitful landscapes with trellises, fences, or other decorative structures, and return for maintenance visits, during which they can deer-proof gardens or vanquish weeds.
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    84 Broad Street
    Keyport, NJ US
  • Westhaven Farm
    During the brutal winter months, the harvesters at Westhaven Farm keep warm by growing tomatoes in the greenhouse. The veggies are ready by spring alongside cherry tomatoes and pesticide-free fruit pollinated naturally by bumblebees. Once spring blossoms into summer, the farmers dole out locally raised produce such as peaches, sweet corn, and u-pick strawberries. Autumn heralds the arrival of the dusky season with hayrides, farm animals, and a nighttime corn maze that guests can navigate with a flashlight. After Halloween, staffers transition into holiday mode by supplying free hot chocolate and cookies to patrons browsing the farm’s poinsettias, wreaths, and trees, from thin-needled Douglas Firs to bushy Blue Spruce’s. Once December 25 has come and gone, the farmers start the seasonal cycle anew, just as they have for the last 50 years.
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    725 Rte. 524
    Allentown, NJ US
  • Tree-Tech
    At Tree-Tech, tree fertilization involves much more than a simple scoop of soil scattered around the base of a trunk. Instead, one of the company's technicians––each of whom is managed by a certified arborist––walks the base of the tree and injects an organic fertilizer 8 to 12 inches into the ground, feeding the roots directly with the time-released formula. This helps trees grow healthier and more resilient, which is exactly what Tree-Tech’s founders Rob Finnesey and James Bellis hoped to accomplish when they opened their business more than 27 years ago. Alongside fertilization, they beautify landscapes with plant-pruning and tree-removal services, as well as insect and disease control for yards prone to ticks, weevils, or bouts of pneumonia. Tree-Tech also encompasses a secondary business, Lawn-Tech, whose employees specialize in lawn care and sprinkler-system installation. Together, Tree-Tech and Lawn-Tech tend to more than 10,000 residential and commercial clients and have manicured the lawns of PGA-grade golf courses. The founders and their more than 100 employees also share a deep interest in bettering their community, donating a portion of their profits to the Special Olympics New Jersey, as well as to historical restoration projects and local schools.
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    MORRIS, ESSEX, SOMERSET AND UNION COUNTIES ONLY.
    SOMERSET, ESSEX, MORRIS AND UNION COUNTIES, NJ US
  • Curb Appeal Design
    Removals are valid for snow accumulations up to 6 inches, with an additional $30 for more than 6 inches.
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    12 Walsh Way
    Morris Plains, NJ US
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