Nokesville, Virginia (PRWEB) February 25, 2013
Madera Farm, an agribusiness specializing in preparing landscape materials for homes and businesses, is opening a location in Nokesville, Virginia. By opening the new location, Madera Farm will continue to promote its positive impact on the environment, increase their involvement with community youth activities and solidify its position as an important job creator for residents of Prince William County.
“We take unwanted tree and yard debris and make use of these materials to keep homes and businesses looking beautiful,” said Jake Klitenic, Owner of Madera Farm. “We’re using land resources in a way that helps further the sustainable growth that has become so important,” he continued.
The owner of Madera Farm has a long history of working with youth clubs and organizations to help keep the children of Prince William County active and healthy. “We supply several local Prince William County schools, churches and youth leagues with mulch and top soil for their annual fund raising drives,” said Klitenic. “Working with these worthwhile organizations to help them meet their fundraising goals is rewarding.” By opening the Madera Farm location, landscaping supplies will be more readily available to local area groups and teams, driving down costs and helping everyone reach their goals.
Madera Farm will also have a positive impact on the area economy, immediately providing 20 well paying full time jobs. “In this tough economy, it makes us proud that we’ll be providing a livelihood to 20 families here in Prince William County,” said Klitenic. The jobs will range from sales to service and help get the landscaping supplies to homes and businesses throughout the county.
By making use of the farm land to reuse tree cuttings, Madera Farm will be at the forefront of keeping the Rural Crescent area of Virginia pristine, while providing the community growth that will keep Prince William County vibrant.