Hugelkultur beds being installed in Huntsville, Utah.
Hugelkultur beds in the fall with a cover crop growing on them.
We removed an unsightly waterfall and installed a flower garden and multi-colored flagstone patio in its place.
Two aspens removed from a home in Nordic Valley.
We had a wonderful job of trimming and tying up an entire maze.
7' wide Siberian elm removed in Ogden.
Crown prune performed on Boxelder trees in Huntsville to remove dead and unwanted wood.
Flowering plum blowen over by the wind then removed.
Dead Cottonwood removed with a portion of the stump left for a seat.
Two willows that began to self-destruct. We removed them and left portions of the stumps for seats.
Stump removal after we took down the tree.
Plastic was laid down to kill plants and seeds the organic way.
We removed a trailer full of severly overgrown blackberries.
Here you see a topped locust tree.
We saved these juniper logs for totem poles or whatever you might want to do with them. They are still available if you are interested in them.
A beautiful cottonwood slab that we finished into a table.
Beautiful juniper slabs for cake displays or table settings. They are currently drying before they can be finished.
These are pictures from when Clint was a little kid.
These are a few of our treasured ropes.
The beautiful heartwood of a wallnut tree is pictured here.
We were hired to remove these large fir trunks and transport them to a mill to be sawn into tables, book ends, etc.
We weeded, shaped the bushes, raised the canopy of a few trees, brought in mulch, and topped two trees to restore their view.
The beginning of a water wise/low maintenance sitting area.
A few plants in transport to their new flowerbed.
Many evergreens died from the dry and hot spring of 2015. Here you will see us removing one in Eden.
A few Arbormenn weeding.