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Crystal Springs' highly trained terraformers transform lawns and landscapes into living, photosynthesizing works of art. Today's deal nets you a handsome column rock bubbling fountain hewn by the hands of professional designers and masterfully installed with professional-grade products. Installation includes a consultation visit to decide the fountain’s location; three column rocks; decorative river rock; a water reservoir with lifetime warranty, flow control valves, and pump; and a one-year warranty on parts and labor. To ensure proper installation, each fountain requires at least a 5'x5' area and a dozen synchronized-swimming robins.

2005 SE Reedway St
Portland,
OR
US

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.

8530 Helmick Rd
Monmouth,
OR
US

Eco-Logic Permaculture & Landscape Design is a deep-green, vegan company that provides expertise in outdoor living space solutions for residential & business clients including site analysis, hardscape feature & planting design, & edible landscaping, stormwater, & wildlife-enhancement techniques.

350 Northeast 60th Avenue
Portland,
OR
US

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.

85687 Pine Grove Rd
Eugene,
OR
US

There's much more to Lake View Farms than just pumpkins and a corn maze. Originally a produce market in the later part of the 80's, the family owners discovered that patrons found more joy exploring the grounds and spending time beneath the evergreen trees than shopping for groceries. The revelation brought about changes to the family-run farm, transforming it from a humble market to a fall family outdoor destination.

Now, families, friends, and groups can partake in a fun fall adventure beside a glistening 17-acre lake before traveling across the waters by paddleboat to pick their own pumpkin in the 15-acre patch. While customers can also take the train to the patch, passengers in paddle boats must brave past two of the farm's more unlikely residents: a lone "shark" and two "Loch Ness Monsters" that rise from the waters to photobomb boaters as they pass. Back on dry land, visitors also find plenty of memory-making opportunities as they explore the twisting 10-acre corn maze or peruse the old cow barn, which has been renovated into a seasonal gift shop.

32055 NW North Ave
North Plains,
OR
US

In 1991, Home Grown Edible Landscaping owner Janie Malloy stood on her new back porch staring at a dirt patch and one lonely elm tree and saw only opportunity. After gathering supplies and burying the magic beans a wizard gave her, she quickly transformed the barren swathe of land into an eye-catching garden and a business. Today, Janie shares and develops the skills she cultivated in the early 90s. She still grows her own sustainable fruits and vegetables on land surrounding her 100-year-old bungalow and now teaches classes on gardening, pickling, and healthy eating. When she's not tending to her small field, she acts as a horticultural architect, designing fetching, intricate home gardens. The vibrant outdoor landscapes liven up backyards with hearty greens, fire-engine red peppers, and giant Venus Fly Traps that ward off gleaners.

375 Northwest 3rd Avenue
Canby,
OR
US