The company performed irrigation preparation and installation at Seed2Need. The project was part of the annual event that gives professionals in the landscape industry an opportunity to plan, organize and carry out volunteer service projects that benefit communities.
The Heads Up employees who participated this year were David Batista, Brandy Marr, Eddie Padilla, Daniel Reeves, Renee Schmitt and Trenton Spratling.
Seed2Need is a non-profit organization that reduces food insecurity in New Mexico by growing gardens to generate produce for local food pantries and soup kitchens.
This collaborative effort between the Sandoval County Master Gardeners (SCMG), property owners in the village of Corrales, volunteer groups and numerous private citizens from Corrales, Rio Rancho, Placitas and Albuquerque, has been planting gardens in Corrales since 2008.