Rooted in Green

Field, Katherine
October 2007
Chain Store Age;Oct2007, Vol. 83 Issue 10, p171
Trade Publication
The article features the Campbells, the Lincoln, Nebada-based nursery operators who became real estate developer. Four generations of Campbells have cultivated Lincoln earth since 1912, growing their business from a neighborhood nursery to multi-unit garden-center retailer and greenhouse production operation. The Campbells are unique in that their greenness is bone-deep, but the family's sustainable efforts are not singular within the shopping center industry.


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