July 20, 2017
Across North America, cities are taking it upon themselves to reduce carbon emissions and help their communities become more energy efficient and planet friendly. Some are using laws and ordinances to make it easier to use renewable energy (and more costly to use less energy-efficient materials and methods), and others are leading by example, using […]
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July 13, 2017
Meet Our Plant Expert: Nathan Beckner
The key ingredient in every Sagegreenlife living wall installation is the plants. Without them, they wouldn’t be living walls at all. Nathan Beckner is our resident plant expert; the horticulturist who designs and manages each installation to make sure it’ll thrive. Here’s a little more about Nathan, Horticulturist and Plant Design Manager: Nathan’s first experience […]
June 28, 2017
Eco-Friendly Party Tips for Summer Entertaining
It’s summertime, which means lots of backyard barbecues and entertaining. And while the parties are fun, it’s never fun throwing away bags of garbage afterwards or thinking about the impact of that garbage on the environment you’ve just been enjoying. Luckily, there easy ways to make any summer party more eco-friendly. E-vites To throw a successful […]
June 14, 2017
Sagegreenlife Partners with Gensler on VerdantaTM, the Next-Gen Green Wall
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Living Design Company and Leading Architecture Firm Create Inventive Greenery-Based Product Specifically for Healthy Office Environments CHICAGO (June 12, 2017) – Sagegreenlife, a design and manufacturing company specializing in living garden walls, partnered with renowned global architecture firm Gensler to create a pioneering double-sided green partition titled VerdantaTM. The plant-filled portable wall […]
June 12, 2017
Verdanta: The Next-Gen Green Wall
Employee wellness has become a major concern over the last few years. In fact, in a survey of HR and finance executives, 83 percent said that employee wellness and productivity is their top concern (HUB International, 2016). Research shows that keeping plant life in the office can increase productivity by 15 percent. This causes workers […]