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Lindy Reese
Landscape Service Manager
STRATEGIC // IDEATION / DEVELOPER // INCLUDER // RELATOR
INTJ

EXPERIENCE & EXPERTISE

Lindy grew up outside – roaming around the hill country, fishing the gulf coast, and skiing any chance she could get. She has always been drawn to wild spaces and enjoys expanding her knowledge of the natural world. While studying Horticulture at Texas A&M, Lindy started and managed an organic farm and greenhouse operation, which is where her enthusiasm for cultivated environments began. She received her Master Gardener certification while in college and taught classes on composting and sustainable vegetable production techniques. 

Strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail, and a natural eye for beauty allow Lindy to partner with clients to develop and protect their property investment. As the Director of Landscape Operations, she organizes planting logistics and serves as the primary point of communication between clients and crews. Her goal is to ensure that landscapes continue to flourish and fulfill the lifestyle needs of each client. 

 

Q&A WITH Lindy

What is something no one would believe is true about you?

Thanks to YouTube and advice from my favorite uncle, I designed and built a 180 square foot tiny house all by myself. It has traveled thousands of miles to scenic destinations and was my full-time home in the mountains for many years. 

What are you passionate about related to your work and serving others?

I love bringing people together – through stories, good food, and memorable outdoor experiences – and enjoy being part of a company that creates beautiful outdoor spaces intended to facilitate community and connection.

What is the best part about your story so far?

I’ve spent the last ten years exploring vast, wild landscapes: rafting and backpacking through the grand canyon six different times, teaching ice climbing, fly fishing, backcountry skiing, etc. all with incredible friends. I’ve learned that no matter how extraordinary the location, it’s people that make the place. The best part of my story so far are the people I’m privileged to share it with in the outdoors! 

What are you doing when you feel most like you?

Fly fishing! Preferably in a beautiful place far away from other people. 

Credentials

Texas Master Gardener
Texas A&M Horticulture

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