Landscape Fun Fact of the Day:
Approximately 17,000 Landscape Architects are Licensed in the U.S. That roughly equates to one Landscape Architect for every 19,005 U.S. citizens.
As of this date, I have gotten my degree in Landscape Architecture from West Virginia University, have worked professionally for over a decade, and have become a Licensed Landscape Architect (MD License # 3942). No easy feat for a 33-year-old, but my parents raised me well and taught me to work hard to accomplish my goals. Through the years, I’ve seen lots of different places and have met lots of different people. The general concept of what I do for a living is met with wide acclaim and fascination by both the people I meet along the way, as well as myself.
As a Landscape Architect, I have commitments to the people and the planet. My clients and coworkers are the most important, since without them, what I do wouldn’t be possible. I remember this fact every day and am incredibly appreciative of the opportunities that exist because of them. I also try to repay this debt by being a good person and striving to leave a little bit of myself in every design. The rest of the design is comprised of the dreams and aspirations of the client, as well as the welfare of our planet.
Rolling Acres Landscaping brings with it a blend of passion, dedication, and the ability to create. We consider ourselves Artisans of the Landscape, and we strive to demonstrate that through each project by adhering to the highest standards of landscape design and construction. When you have the ability, as I do, to have a company like Rolling Acres standing behind my designs with the highest quality of work and service, it makes life much more simple and incredibly gratifying.
As I move forward with this blog, I will look to offer more insight into my commitments. I will also talk about different practices in designing and installing the components of outdoor living. Ultimately, I’d like to share as much information as possible on the industry that helps make me, me. I look forward to sharing these thoughts as well as answering any questions that anybody might have. My name is Scott Freedman and I look forward to being your Landscape Architect.