we are a value-driven business, locally owned and Guided.

About us:

  • We use environmentally responsible & Eco-friendly equipment and procedures that produce zero or low exhaust emissions, like our quiet battery powered blowers and trimmers, our propane powered lawn mower and the good old fashioned method of pulling weeds by hand instead of applying pesticides.  


  • We specialize in supporting resilient, restorative and sustainable urban landscapes.  Our expertise lies in the upkeep of edible urban gardens, habitats rich in native flora, and the preservation of beneficial wild and medicinal species in the Portland Metro area.


  • We strive to make the greenest choices possible and try to schedule our clients who live in the same neighborhood on the same day to reduce our carbon emissions (thanks to our customers for their cooperation in this effort.)  Please call us to see what days we are in your neighborhood.

Our Team

C.J. has had a life long interest and talent in working with plants and the outdoors. Originally from Denver Colorado, C.J. gained his extensive experience in the Mile High City working for several years as a foreman landscaper prior to joining Cascadian Ecoscapes. Originally coming to the Pacific Northwest in 2001, his expertise includes permaculture, xeri-scaping, gardening and carpentry. His eye for detail, strong work ethic, and his natural jovial spirit help keep operations running smoothly on the field. When C.J. is not transforming urban lawns into edible gardens, he enjoys cooking, auto mechanics, crafting and hiking in the forest with his two dogs.

Sharon brings over fifteen years to the service industry and has always had a special knack with people and plants.  Her specialties include caring for native, edible, wild and medicinal plants, specimen and natural pruning techniques and having a visual eye towards details and design.  When not out in the field or working as our office and admin support, she likes to spend time exploring geological and natural wonders, wildcrafting to make herbal medicine, and tending to her own garden.

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