At Scotts, a lawn is more than a patch of grass. We believe it's a chance to connect with our communities, improve our environment, and help you make the most out of your piece of the earth. We're in pursuit of a greener world that benefits everyone, and we make it our purpose to help you GroMoreGood™ in your backyard and beyond.
Kids today spend less time outside than any other generation. That’s why, in collaboration with the ScottsMiracle-Gro Foundation, we’re committed to bringing the powerful benefits of gardening and outdoor play to 10 million kids by 2023. It's also why we're working to reduce our environmental impact, ensure a responsible supply chain, and foster a more engaged and diverse workforce—we want to make sure this generation, and the next, has a world of safe green spaces to come. Learn how we GroMoreGood.
Protect the environment
To improve water quality across the U.S., Scotts has made changes to product formulas, improved application devices, and reduced the amount of plastic in our packaging. Additionally, as the nation's largest recycler of green waste (ScottsMiracle-Gro redirects 5 billion pounds out of landfills and into compost each year), we’ll continue to refine our methods and are committed to reaching 145 million Americans through environmental partnerships by 2025.
MLB field refurbishment
Each year since 2015, Scotts and Major League Baseball (MLB) have sponsored the Field Refurbishment Program, which awards grants to communities in need of youth-league field upgrades.
Together, let’s GroMoreGood
Alongside our Foundation, each ScottsMiracle-Gro brand works to GroMoreGood™. That means encouraging kids to enjoy the outdoors while also helping to protect nature and all its beings.
“Thanks to the Scotts Field Refurbishment Program, our revitalized field has become a source of pride for our entire community. The field is now a staple in the neighborhood and plays host to community events and programming beyond its original intention for sports, increasing the impact the refurbishment has had.”
— Steve Blitzer, Athletics, DREAM Charter School