Denton Gerow lives in King, NC where he spends his free time pursuing creative expression through woodworking. The woodworking gene runs through his family. “A lot of what I know I learned from my father and my [grandfather],” says Denton. His grandfather was a carpenter who was a part of the Seabees (construction battalions) of WWII.
Oftentimes, our yard projects or gardens have greater meaning to us than just the work itself. We may be trying to improve the worth of our homes, reap the health benefits of working outside with our hands, or create something special for someone else to enjoy. Whatever it is, we’ll always know the deeper meaning behind our work that a passerby might miss.
Lindsay Fishburn has a passion for gardening rooted in the legacy of planting and caring for the earth that her parents handed down to her. “I’ve been gardening as long as I can remember. Whether container gardening from an apartment balcony or suburban backyard gardening, it’s been a passion for many years,” she says.
Kambra Brawner, a California native, lives in South Dakota with her partner Colton on a ranch on the great plains. She loves everything about raising ducks, gardening, cooking, and DIY. Along with Colton’s family, they run a cow-calf operation specializing in black Angus.
Tom McIntosh, of Maple Ridge, British Columbia, is enjoying his retirement on three acres of land where he cares for his garden and raises Labrador retrievers. He bought his first Gorilla Carts® Cart a year ago and another one just three months back. “We burn wood in the winter and have the wood and trimmings to haul about.
John Lacko started out his illustration and design career in the corporate world doing commercial artwork. He quickly realized that being trapped in a cubicle all day was not the life for him. Lacko built his own client base, which eventually became strong enough for him to start his own practice from his home studio on Miami Beach.
Meet Paul Barlow. He’s a Pennsylvania native and a passionate Philadelphia sports fan, citing support for the Eagles, Phillies, Flyers, Sixers, and Villanova football and basketball teams. He’s not having too bad a year either, with a Super Bowl and NCAA basketball championship already under his belt as spring gets underway.
We’re back to give you more tips on how to prep your yard for the upcoming spring season. While these tips are in no particular order, we do encourage you to perform them all so your lawn can be healthy and thrive all season long. Read on to learn more spring lawn care tips.