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Are You Stumped?

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Tree stumps have posed a problem for American homeowners since the early pioneer days.
Back then …

Creating a Sustainable Thanksgiving Table

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Thanksgiving can be fancy, but it need not be fussy…

Rain Gardens for Dry Climates

Did you know that, in semi-arid climates like Wyoming, rain gardens play an important role in water conservation? Why not consider building one on your property?

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 […]

Rocky Mountain Maple (Acer glabrum) – Featured Native Plant of the Week

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA Each week TLC brings you one featured native plant to highlight the wonderful, beautiful native plants that are available to us here in Teton County. We choose to highlight natives specifically for the adaptations to this climate, their food value to regional wildlife, decreases the damage done by exotic invasive species […]

Wild Mint (Mentha arvensis) – Featured Native Plant of the Week

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA Each week TLC brings you one featured native plant to highlight the wonderful, beautiful native plants that are available to us here in Teton County. We choose to highlight natives specifically for the adaptations to this climate, their food value to regional wildlife, decreases the damage done by exotic invasive species […]

Featured Native Plant of the Week: Common Bulrush (Schoenoplectus pungens)

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA Each week TLC brings you one featured native plant to highlight the wonderful, beautiful native plants that are available to us here in Teton County. We choose to highlight natives specifically for the adaptations to this climate, their food value to regional wildlife, decreases the damage done by exotic invasive species […]

Featured Native Plant of the Week: Serviceberry (Amelanchier alnifolia)

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA Each week TLC brings you one featured native plant to highlight the wonderful, beautiful native plants that are available to us here in Teton County. We choose to highlight natives specifically for the adaptations to this climate, their food value to regional wildlife, decreases the damage done by exotic invasive species […]

The 2013 Navigating the American Carbon World (NACW) Conference

The NACW is the US’s largest and most comprehensive annual gathering and discussion of the future of the US’s carbon production, capping and trading, and global impacts.

Frost: Seeing the Beauty in Our Winter Wonderland

Did you know that there are flower and plant creations that can only be seen in the dead of winter? It’s true. And they come from the most unlikely source…..frost!

Creating Beautiful Outdoor Christmas Light Displays

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ALSA It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!   As the days get shorter and the nights get longer, using lights will allow your house and landscape to stand out and outdoor Christmas lights are an attractive and festive way to showcase your property. We all have seen displays that were […]