After nine years of service, Gary Moss has stepped down from the board of the Memorial Park Conservancy. “Please accept our heartfelt thanks for your leadership,” said MPC President & CEO, Shellye Arnold. “We thank you for your support – your advocacy – your cheerleading – your passion – your energy – and your love of Memorial Park!”
During his tenure, Gary was the chair of the the Governance Committee, active on the Projects Committee, and served as an advisor on all key MPC undertakings. He strongly advocated for an Operations & Maintenance Program, and helped guide the organization to establish one. He most recently joined the Park Operations Committee, and helps with all things green behind the scenes at Memorial Park.
“It has been a pleasure and an honor to serve on the MPC Board,” said Gary. “This is a high functioning team and I will have friends for life in MPC. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of this wonderful organization!”
Gary intends to remain on the Maintenance Committee where the park will continue to benefit from the expertise of the Moss Landscaping team.
Cleanup efforts for Hurricane Harvey are underway! We actually saw this tree fall as we were arriving to our client’s property. Even though the rain has stopped, rotten trees could still fall days later. Be careful where you park your car, and stay away from any trees that appear stressed until a licensed, insured professional can assess the damage. Moss Landscaping is working hard to get to all of our clients who need cleanup services as quickly as possible.
With 78 irrigation zones, this private residence requires substantial and constant care to live up to its grand design. Our crew spends six hours each week tending to the wide variety of garden areas that surround this Italian estate in Memorial. Great job, team!
We had Slovack-Bass design the interior of our office and they treated us all to a catered breakfast to celebrate our new space! A huge thanks to Amy, Margie and the rest of the Slovack-Bass team for all your hard work – we appreciate it!
We are thrilled to have our project featured in the Houston Chronicle! This backyard oasis was a collaboration between architect Michael Dreef of Eubanks Group Architects, contractor Rob Hellyer of Premier Remodeling, Monica Eatherton of Moss Landscaping and attention from Cypress Pools.
In the landscaping, older trees were kept safe from damage, and new trees, bushes and flowers wind throughout the green space. They draw birds and bees and insects of all kinds, helping the vegetable garden where Kirk tends his peppers, onions, tomatoes and herbs!
Read the full article here.
The Moss team had a great time with Margie Slovak and friends at the launch of PaperCity Magazine‘s Design Week! What a wonderful event to celebrate Houston’s leaders in commercial and residential design!