Referrals and Resources

The following colleagues are excellent Referrals and Resources for gardening-related projects and queries.

In contacting these kind colleagues, please keep in mind that they are each following protocols to keep themselves, their crews, and YOU safe. Thank you for respecting them.

Referrals

The following trusted colleagues do pruning work in alignment with the Divine Earth approach. See below for specifics on this, and for details on their other specialties! They’re also in touch with me regularly, and can reach me directly to discuss plant-related issues that might come up at your property.

If you’re a landscape professional who would like to be considered for this list, please reach out!

Tomlyn

Tomlyn Foran

Tomlyn is a devoted gardener with more than 10 years of farming and landscaping experience, including working at Plants of the Southwest for several years, running their own gardening business for 3 years, and learning the art of pruning from Corva and the Divine Earth team for the past year. Tomlyn is most passionate about creating edible and medicinal gardens that also provide food and habitat for birds, pollinators, microorganisms, and fungi; participating in a reciprocal way with the greater web of life that supports our existence. When not working in gardens they’re hiking with their pup in the mountains or at home cuddling with their cat and studying plants and planets. Tomlyn is excited to help you with planting and maintaining gardens and orchards, building healthy living soil, permaculture techniques and much more. Tomlyn can be reached at 970.987.1652, and please mention that you got their contact info via the website.

Sydney Eusepi & Sheila Rason
of Fly Girl Trees

Sheila Rason is a certified arborist and co-owner of Flygirl Trees. She has 35 years working within the green industry, and has worked professionally as an arborist for the past 16 years. She is a seasoned climber, specializing in the pruning of large conifers and deciduous trees.

Sydney Tia Eusepi has worked professionally as an arborist for 9 years. She is the co-owner of Flygirl Trees. Sydney began her work and study in the tree industry as an orchardist. She specializes in wholistic organic treatment strategies, pruning, planting and soil health.

Flygirl Trees is committed to tree health and restoration — tree pruning that integrates beauty, balance and biology. Certified and Insured, Pruning, Removals, Plantings, and Tree Health Consultation.

For pruning of large and small trees, including fruit trees: Sydney & Sheila can be reached at 505.228.8444 or flygirltrees@gmail.com. Please mention that you got their contact info via the website.

FlyGirl
Rachel Chandler:

Rachel Chandler

Rachel Chandler owner of New Mexico Nature By Design has 19 years of experience and a diploma in landscape design from Ashworth College. She specializes in habitat garden design and planning, using native, edible, and medicinal plants. She also is adept at seasonal pruning, planting, fertilizing, and mulching of native and non-native trees, shrubs and perennials. Rachel can be reached at naturedesignllc@gmail.com, and please mention that you got her contact info via the website.

Resources

The following trusted colleagues and businesses provide high-quality skills in the following garden-related areas.

Pruning of Large Trees

For pruning of large trees where a chipper shredder and bucket truck is needed: Joel & Bonnie of Eric’s Tree Care, 505.232.2358.

Landscape Design and Installation

For Landscape Design and Installation, including irrigation, stone work, water features, and welding: Tyson Hafler, Southwest Horticulture. Tyson is a botanist and native plant enthusiast, and brings these two skills into his design work.

Compost, Soil, and Mulches

For locally-made compost, soil, and mulches:  Soilutions:  505.877.0220 and soilutions.net.  

Insect and Disease Issues

For insect and disease related questions: Sara Moran-Duran, samoran@nmsu.edu.

Food Scrap Collection

For Food Scrap Collection from Your Home: Brad Weikel of Little Green Bucket.