Offering high quality horse boarding, dressage training and lessons. Full care includes daily stall cleaning, feeding, and daily PASTURE TURN OUT (rain or shine). Triple Crown 30% complete feed and grass hay offered. One weekly lesson included. Lessons are 45 mins on your horse or on a school master. Ages 6 and older.
Whether it’s mowing lawns or completely redesigning green spaces, the bonded and licensed crew at Mow Town Lawn Care works tirelessly to beautify the expanses surrounding homes and businesses. Time-saving teams travel to homes to trim, edge, and weed yards or to reimagine them via flower-bed design or ornamental hedge trimming. Larger projects take on the form of deck and patio construction and retaining walls that accent natural topography better than a scarecrow made of sod. The techs also handle trees left in precarious conditions, pruning limbs ravaged by storms, removing and grinding stumps, and patching up arborous wounds caused by decay.
Founded by two college students in 1999, Green Thumb Landscape & Maintenance has since blossomed into a full-service yard-care authority, tackling projects ranging from residential landscaping to intricate redesigns at the Portland International Airport and the Oregon State Hospital. The team of professional technicians can transform overgrown lawns into meticulously landscaped works of art dappled with stone walkways, fire pits, water features, and sprinkler systems. They overhaul scruffy yards and dispose of debris offsite during full-scale renovations that encourage new, healthy foliage to bloom, and they revivify dowdy turf with chromatic seasonal flower beds, Christmas lights, and tie-dyed jack-o'-lanterns.
Aerials Tree Service owner Jason LaDue personally visits his clients’ homes to make estimates and render services such as planting and removing trees, pruning hedges, and grinding stumps. After more than two decades of experience on the job, he has an eye for arboreal aesthetics and a keen understanding of when a tree poses a safety issue, such as when the tree begins to sprout Louisville Sluggers. When services are completed, homeowners can elect to have the resulting scrap wood chipped and cleared, or turned into firewood that can be donated to families in need.
Beautiful sylvan surroundings and ample training space greet visitors eager to jump in the saddle for Triple Rise Equestrian Center’s hunter/jumper lessons. Owner Rachel Marcotte, an Equestrian Studies graduate of Centenery College, ensures that her grounds and programs stay orderly and ride-ready. This focus on professionalism is what first attracted the University of Oregon Equestrian Team, which now calls the center its home turf. Though fit for highly competitive equestrians, the center also caters to the everyday rider with tailored programs and lessons. Students learn proper technique inside a 70 x 200m indoor arena or in the large outdoor arena, trotting upon footing that’s replaced every six months in order to keep it fresh and cover up any tracks to the platinum horseshoes that are buried in the middle. Youngsters ages 6 to 12 can also make a smooth foray into the sport or brush up on already-acquired skills during five-day summer camps.
As the green thumbs behind One Earth Lawn and Garden, Daniel and Justin view residential and commercial landscapes as integral pieces of the overall environment, a perspective they picked up after a combined three decades in the industry. In keeping with this outlook, the duo believes that eco-friendliness and landscape beautification can exist simultaneously, which is why they wield propane mowers and practice organic methods in lieu of harmful chemicals and diesel-powered scissors. Though they specialize in garden maintenance and fertilizing, they also perform home-maintenance services including gutter cleaning, pressure washing, and roof cleaning.