Rocky Hill Landscaping
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Put our expertise to work for you. At Rocky Hill Landscaping, we are proud to have received the following recognition for our contributions to the beautiful Wilton community. You can often find us on The Daily Bulldog!
The students first toured the town of Jay's transfer station then headed over to Wilton to see the earthworm casting production established a year ago by John and Corey Black of Rocky Hill Landscaping in East Wilton.
On Tuesday night, the Wilton Selectboard accepted the redevelopment proposal submitted by brothers James and John Black to turnover the 15 acres of land adjacent to Route 2 and 62,000 square foot steel and concrete complex of buildings for $1. 
Fourth grader Olivia Schanck plants marigolds in Bass Park. More than 600 flowers are planted annually, as part of a community service project sponsored and organized by John and Corey Black, owners of Rocky Hill Landscaping & Nursery located in Wilton.
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The United Way of the Tri-Valley Area officially launched its 2011-12 Annual Fundraising Campaign Sept. 10 with a Day of Caring that focused on volunteer opportunities in and around East Wilton, at the Cushing School in Wilton and at the Safe Voices building on Route 133.

A whirlwind of activity erupted around 9:00 am on a bright, sunny Saturday morning, and continued late into the afternoon, with 69 volunteers working on a variety of projects. Upstairs in the Wilson Grange, volunteers from the Community Energy Challenge demonstrated to other eager volunteers how to build interior storm window panels. Within an hour, the group was working in unison building and installing panels for the Grange.
A group of municipal, state and federal government officials convened Thursday afternoon at the site of the former Wilton Tanning Co. for what was touted as a success story — the completion of an environmental cleanup project that has made it possible for local businessman John Black to buy the property and, he hopes, develop it into a thriving business park.

“This is a perfect example of how government is supposed to work,” Ben Tucker, a regional representative for U.S. Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, said at the ceremony. “Working together, for the common good of the people.”