The best friend on earth of man is the tree: when we use the tree respectfully and economically we have one of the greatest resources of the earth.
You may know TLC (The Tree and Landscape Company) as Firewise Landscapes, Inc.
TLC, as Firewise Landscapes, Inc., has been creating signature landscapes in the Jackson Hole/Grand Teton/Yellowstone area since 2001. This area is one of the most naturally inspiring places in America.
Now, in 2012, Firewise Landscapes has grown their landscaping division large enough to create a separate company – TLC, The Tree and Landscape Company.
Harry Statter, the founder, brings a lifetime of plant knowledge and landscaping into the business. Harry’s diverse background in landscape architecture, forestry, and ecology creates landscapes that are comprehensive, functional, and aesthetically magnificent.
Harry is a graduate of the prestigious School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Landscape Architecture. Additionally, Harry is a Certified Arborist by the International Society of Arboriculture. Harry founded Firewise Landscapes Inc. to promote a blend of aesthetic design with forest ecosystem and forest inhabitant health.
Every landscape installation is designed from the ground up to make your home or business warm and inviting. Contact us for more information.
Most importantly, we put the environment first because a properly installed landscape helps to remediate the environment. Your landscape will be both beautiful and functional.
What is a Functional Landscape?
Landscapes, when properly designed, can also serve a purpose. Your landscape is part of the Jackson Hole/Yellowstone eco-system. We take a landscape ecological approach – connecting with nature.
• Creating Oxygen
• Purifying and Filtering the Air
• Improving the Soil
• Eliminating Erosion
• Sequestering Carbon
• Mitigating Stormwater
We will help you understand how to create a landscape that contributes to shaping our environment in an ecological, economic and socially responsible way while taking into account regional and globals environmental aspects.
Did you know?
“The net cooling effect of a young, healthy tree is equivalent to ten room-size air conditioners operating 20 hours a day.” —U.S. Department of Agriculture
“One acre of forest absorbs six tons of carbon dioxide and puts out four tons of oxygen. This is enough to meet the annual needs of 18 people.” — U.S. Department of Agriculture
At The Tree and Landscape Company we LOVE trees!
“We put the environment first, almost to a fault” – Harry Statter, Owner TLC