In The News
Earth Wizards featured in Minneapolis Star Tribune
On July 5, 2010 Earth Wizards was featured in the Business Section of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. To read this article click on the following link: Startribune.com
Earth Wizards Is Awarded Angie's List Super Service Award
Earth Wizards has been the recipient of the Angie's List Super Service Award for 4 out of the last 5 years with a consistent A/A+ rating from customers. Angie's List is a consumer driven service which rates participating businesses on member reports and publicly posts those reports on its website for other members to view. An A/A+ Angie's List rating is a tribute to Earth Wizards commitment toward strong customer relations.
Earth Wizards Wins 2010 Upsize Magazine Growth Challenge
In May, Earth Wizards was selected as the winner of the 2010 Upsize Magazine Growth Challenge for its ambitious growth goals and the quality of its work in stormwater management and water conservation.
Earth Wizards Works With City of Eagan On Community Rain Garden Project
In 2009, Earth Wizards completed an installation project for the City of Eagan involving 10 streetside residential rain gardens designed to have an aggregate goal of capturing a 1.25” rain event reducing stormwater volume and pollutants into adjacent Schwanz Lake.
Earth Wizards Works With City of Albert Lea To Redevelop Two-Acre City Park
In 2009, Earth Wizards worked with the City of Albert Lea to redevelop a flood prone area of Main Street as a two-acre park showcasing innovative and beautiful ways to treat stormwater. Flooding was decreased by diverting water from clogged stormsewer and routing it through a settling pond, a prairie meadow and a floodplain forest creating unique passive spaces. Rain gardens were also added to eliminate mainstreet flooding and to introduce gardens and lawn for sculpture.
Stacy Anderson, President of Earth Wizards, Elected to BOD of MECA
In February 2010, Stacy Anderson, President and Founder of Earth Wizards, was elected to the board of directors of the Minnesota Erosion Control Association. Established in 1988, MECA strives to promote effective erosion and sediment control techniques and stormwater management practices, and encourages the use of those practices.