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Do you really know how to assess landscape?

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So here is the deal.

Most people do not have a clue on where to begin the actual research needed to do an appropriate landscape assessment or inventory.

And most people sometimes do not realize that a landscape assessment is essential BEFORE doing any type of design, let alone building anything, earthworks, or putting a spade in the ground.

I created a tool which gives you the categories to focus on and the questions that need to be answered for each category.
The tool then provides links and resources for where to find answers to the questions the tool asks. And an area to paste your data or images.
There isn't anything on the market like it. And it is very useful for the serious person who desires to stay informed and organized about their landscape, or landscape for others like a designer or consultant.

Here is the link to the tool which is bundled into a two hour course which has descriptions and some video: Check out the reviews!

And here is a youtube video of me using the tool for a farm in Kentucky:

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