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Posted on January 3, 2017 by Hans on Craft & Construction, Experimentation, Gardening

Black Locust

We finally had an opportunity to specify and utilize black locust on one of our projects. We’ve been itching to use this sustainable and locally-sourced material for many years. Black Locust is a native North American tree that grows like a weed, colonizing disturbed site with abandon. A common tree along agricultural wind breaks, successional […]

Posted on by Hans on Craft & Construction, Gardening, Horticulture

Cedar Fence

The backyard garden for a residential project in Fort Green has started to come together this summer. We recently inspected the project to approve the construction of the cedar fence that will separate the garden from the neighbors on three sides. The fence is constructed using thin, western red cedar lattice. We’re very happy with […]

Posted on September 25, 2014 by Hans on Gardening

Let Them Stay Awhile

Summer has passed and it is the time of year where plants begin to prepare for the coming winter and enter their dormant state – my favorite. There are myriad plants that also use this time of year to bloom and release seed that will remain dormant through the winter in preparation for Spring germination. […]