September 12, 2011
One thing's for sure: Roger Cook and his team did a great job clearing the overgrowth and non-native vegetation that had taken over almost half of our yard. Since there is actually a rare protected salamander living on our property, they had to work with the state wildlife commission to make sure they were respectful of the salamander's natural habitat. Here are some shots of the space they cleared around the edge of the yard. We were really excited, since we now have enough room for a vegetable garden, two nice shade trees, and a large storage shed. We are outside all the time in the warmer months—as well as some of the colder ones—so we'll use this space a lot. Looking forward to an amazing backyard!
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WOW, that's a first a protected speies on a TOH jobsite, how about a SALAMANDER cam and let's give the poor endangered species it's own twitter site, ya know , are youu gonna invite the whole SALAMANDER GANG to the wrap party?
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