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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Gardeners

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As you consider your New Year’s resolutions for 2020, don’t forget about …

5 Ways to Get Outdoors this Black Friday

This year, why not skip the frenzied crowds at Black Friday sales and instead …

How Much Do You Really Know About Jackson Hole?

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How much do you really know about your hometown?

Avalanche Awareness and Safety

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2016 was the deadliest year in more than a decade for Wyoming avalanches. Six people lost their lives that year. That was more than …

Are You Ready for Mud Season?

Mud season presents a special challenge not only for hikers, but also for the folks who maintain the trails. If you enjoy hiking in the spring, it’s important to know …

Got Cabin Fever? Try Yellowstone in Winter!

Got cabin fever? Get out and explore one of the world’s most spectacular places, right outside your door. Yellowstone in winter offers the perfect …

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Is #1

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is the best ski area in North America.  Period.  From the surrounding area, terrain, and …

Bar B Bar Ranch – Habitat Enhancement and Landscape Renovation

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Bar B Bar Ranch, in Jackson, Wyoming hired TLC to provide arboriculture, habitat enhancement, landscape renovation, and landscape construction services for this 600 acre property in Jackson, Wyoming.

Can William Whyte’s Seminal New York City Public Space Research Be Applied to Jackson Hole?

William Whyte’s research into public space use in New York City can help Jackson Hole, WY in their planning process. Have a look at William Whyte’s seminal work The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces.

Using Aeroponics to Grow Food Year-Round in Jackson Hole

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA While many people are familiar with hydroponics(at least with the concept), a lesser known subset of hydroponics is a growing method known as “aeroponics.” Aeroponics can provide some of the benefits as hydroponics while using less water, less energy, less chance for disease and easier maintenance. What Is Aeroponics? Aeroponics is […]

Organic Lawn Care

  Organic Lawn Care From TLC TLC has an Organic Lawn Care Program that is safe for your children, pets and wildlife. At TLC we believe your yard is a sanctuary for outdoor fun in the sun. If your family enjoys outdoor yard activities you should consider Organic Lawn Products from TLC that are safe for you […]

Worm Composting for Healthy Garden Soil

Worm composting is the process of using worms to produce compost matter for soil amendment. This improves the health of the soil for our gardens in a natural manner.

Douglas-Fir Beetle

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA Managing and mitigating your beetle infestations to ensure healthy trees and reduce forest fire fuels While beetles and other pests are a natural part of a balanced, healthy ecosystem, small changes in environmental factors can throw a balanced ecosystem out of whack while the ecosystem as a whole struggles to adjust. […]

Street Art

Cops call it graffiti. The public calls it art. Cities are calling it an economic driver. As more and more cities are having street art tours, local street artists work is becoming more and more popular around the globe. We here at TLC think that the art adds a cultural element to a city and […]

Planning a Perennial Garden

Winter is a good time to plan a garden. Here are things to consider: research, hardiness zones, sun or shade , water needs, environmental factors, wild…..