Outstanding Achievement Honors to Steve Hanson Landscaping

Third Year for Local Firm in California Landscaper’s Association 2010 Trophy Award and Honors

For the third year in a row the California Landscape Contractors Association granted Steve Hanson Landscaping, a Santa Barbara owned landscape company, awards in the 2010 Trophy Awards competition with honors for Outstanding Achievement in the Design/ Build, Residential Estate, and Small Commercial/Industrial categories.

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These awards mean a lot to our company,” says Hanson, owner of Steve Hanson Landscaping, “because the award is from a jury of highly regarded landscape professionals who know all that goes into building a landscape of this scale.” The CLCA sponsors the annual Trophy Awards to recognize superior workmanship of their members for outstanding landscapes of California. The CLCA jury tours the state to judge selected properties firsthand. Steve Hanson Landscaping was the only company from Santa Barbara to win this year’s statewide competition.

Santa Barbara’s natural beauty and large properties provide a unique opportunity to create extraordinary gardens.” Santa Barbara has historically been the home of world-renown estate gardens. We are honored to be part of that tradition. An award of this stature is something that our whole community can be proud of.”

Steve Hanson Landscaping, Inc is a landscape company in Santa Barbara, California that has been installing landscapes for twelve years. The company’s landscapes have been featured in trade publications and numerous garden tours

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