How did our aquatics team get this background pond wedding-party-ready within a tight two-week deadline? Read on to find out.
Two Clarke facilities in Illinois have officially been recognized as LEED Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Clarke announces the appointment of Allen Gent to Chief Operating Officer (COO). Gent brings 20 years of successful commercial, strategic development, and executive management experience in the agribusiness industry to Clarke.
Recently, the EPA made a final decision to revoke all tolerances for Chlorpyrifos on food production, meaning any products containing Chlorpyrifos may no longer be applied on crops.
After 75 years in business, Clarke has grown from a small family operation, into a 200-employee, global entity. CEO, J. Lyell Clarke, reflects on Clarke\’s impact over the years.
Clarke Aquatic Services is Excited to Announce Our Acquisition of Aquatic Services Inc. in Eastern Michigan. This move has expanded our aquatic services into Eastern Michigan while bringing additional operational expertise and equipment.
Clarke is the exclusive distributor for the Biogents line of public health mosquito surveillance products in the United States, its territories, and the Cayman Islands.
Clarke is more ready today than ever before to serve our customers and the communities where we live and work.
Clarke announced plans to voluntarily sunset its chlorpyrifos-based products as the company prepares to introduce an adulticide with a new mode of action.
In light of the deep and multi-faceted impact of COVID 19 on our communities, we’ve decided to cancel the Clarke Cares Foundation’s annual charity golf outing for 2020.
Clarke has united with Clean Lakes Midwest to expand our Aquatic Services business in Wisconsin!
Public health mosquito abatement and aquatic management are considered essential services under the Department of Homeland Security guidelines.
Clarke is doing what it takes to provide for the public health mosquito and aquatic services industries as the world works to suppress the COVID-19 impact.
Clarke\’s 2018 Sustainability Performance is summarized in an infographic that hits the highlights of our program achievements.
Pushing the Pesticide Envelope to Green. In 2002, Clarke set out on a journey to create a green larvicide from concept to market. We began by working with spinosad, a Dow AgroSciences (DAS) active ingredient that is a fermentation product…
This week, Clarke celebrated its 7th Annual Day of Caring – our company-wide volunteerism effort that gives back to the communities where we live and work.
Clarke has introduced an improved Merus® 3.0 adulticide formulation at a lower price point to help municipalities, abatement districts and government agencies balance public health with the growing prevalence of organic gardens and farms.