Greener Way Associates

California tax exempt

GWA has filled and received a tax exempt status from the state of California.  Not the same as 501(c)3 but a step in the right

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501(c)3

GWA has filled for 501(c)3 status.  There was a lot of paperwork and budget considerations which took much more time and effort than expected, but

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Pieter
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Warren Montague

Pieter Severynen

Los Angeles-based Landscape Architect and Consulting Arborist, principal of Pieter Severynen Associates, serving homeowners, commercial and institutional clients in the Western United States. Consult on trees, assess

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Board Meeting

Warren Montague nominated and elected as board member of GWA 2013.  Amy Montague nominated and elected as board member of GWA 2013.  Warren Montague nominated

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Warren Montague

Fruit Trees

The retaining wall is finished and David King has walked the front yard suggesting where to plant 12 fruit trees. The final decisison will be

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simplegreywaterdiagram
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Warren Montague

Total Water Management

GWA has looked into Total Water Management as a means to both raise environmental concerns and as an educational program to help the underserved population and home

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GWACarving
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Warren Montague

Life is good

Thank you Albert Taylor for the great carving that you have donated to us.  You can see more of Al’s carvings at http://LifeIsGoodCarvings.com 

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Garden Wall Progress

This winter we hope to plant fruit trees in the front yard. The next project will be raised beds in the back yard and compost

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Community ECO Garden
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Warren Montague

GWA looks to the Future

Rock Soup, as GWA fondly named the pilot project at it’s current residential location, is just that; the first step in showing how modern ECO

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Rock retaining wall progress

Work has begun on building the rock retaining wall.  This improvement as with all improvements to the property will be completed by volunteers and students. 

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