Elizabeth has a Master's degree in landscape architecture, an undergraduate degree in biology, and is a certified permaculture designer.
This training, along with her
creative spirit and volunteer experiences, make her
more than qualified to create multi-functional, sustainable landscapes that increase water infiltration and enhance and/or protect wildlife habitats.
work as a landscape designer and restoration consultant in the Texas Hill Country for the past 16 years, Elizabeth
also educates the public about native plants, Hill Country ecology and history.
One of her
favorite topics is the Mountain Cedar (aka Ashe juniper).
is finishing up a book on this much debated tree.