Community, Awards & Accreditation’s
Since 2009, Treefrog has been an Accredited Organic Landcare Professional as Certified by the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA). We maintain our standing yearly with recertification as well as actively collaborate with membership by trading valuable information based on field experience.
Since the category has emerged in 2010, Treefrog has been perennially recognized as the Best of the Valley Advocates Reader’s Poll First place Winner for Best Landscape Company.
Since 2003, Treefrog has maintained membership in the Ecological Landscaping Association.
In 2006, members of Treefrog participated in the forming of the Western Massachusetts Permaculture Guild.
We currently work with over 100 clients throughout the New England, Pennsylvania and New York. We have been featured in various periodicals, as well as the Do-It-Yourself Network.
Our projects range from the largest expansive/hybrid greenroof in Massachusetts (32,000’sq) to over 3 acres of Edible Forest Gardens, the regions oldest and largest areas of Eco-Turf Lawns, Native Meadow/Wetland Restorations as well as Therapeutic and Children’s gardens. Experience with these institutional systems as well as cutting edge biophysical systems has a number of code and policy considerations.
We have built according to the 2011 Healthy Homes Standards for Non-Toxic Construction. We pride ourselves in working well with clients with unique considerations. This includes physical or emotional health needs such as chemical sensitivity (MCS), mobility and access limitations, blindness, deafness or any number of conditions. Please be sure to make any relevant information known to us so that we may best accommodate.
We are also quite experienced with working with animals in the landscape. These range from pets of course, to chickens, as well as horses.
Treefrog has an A+ rating as a member of the Massachusetts Better Business Bureau since 2008.
Treefrog has been an active member/owner of the River Valley Market since 2004, when the initial campaign to build a food coop in Northampton began.
We appreciate efforts such as Grow Food Northampton, The Arts Council, Cancer Connection, and various regional and international organizations.
Current involvement in community projects include the re-design of Pulaski Park in Northampton, work with the Trustees of Reservations, and the efforts of numerous organizations to plant edibles in public places across Massachusetts.