Bizline: Land restoration and landscaping – done green |

Bizline: Land restoration and landscaping – done green

Q: What type of business do you operate – what do you sell, or what service do you provide?

A: We are a land restoration company specializing in land restoration, fire mitigation, and native plant landscaping

Q: Where are you from, and why did you decide to open your business in the area?

A: We are based out of Leadville because of its central location. We use waste vegetable oil that we buy from Summit Greasecycling in Breckenridge to fuel our trucks, so our fuel cost is extremely low. We can then provide a cost effective service to Summit County.

Q: What experience do you have in this field?

A: Both Matthew and I have extensive experience working with the Forest Services in the fields of fire mitigation and land restoration. I also hold a degree from the University of Montana in Botanical Sciences.

Q: What sets your business apart from other similar businesses?

A: We are set apart from other businesses because every aspect of our business is influenced by sustainable and low-impact business practices. From fueling our fleet with waste vegetable oil from Eagle and Summit counties, researching ways to utilize our waste wood, and living and supporting only local industries, we strive to become the most cost effective and environmentally/community friendly Land Restoration company in the Rocky Mountains.

Q: What types of customers do you hope to reach in Summit County?

A: Any private or commercial land owner who is interested in turning their potentially hazardous and environmentally straining land into a beautiful and self sustainable Rocky Mountain Landscape.

Q: Why did you choose to open where you did?

A: Leadville is a very central location. It allows us to provide our services to Eagle, Summit, Lake, and Chaffee counties at a highly competitive rate.

Q: What are your plans for your company’s future?

A: Restoring the Rockies strives to be the most progressive land restoration company in the Rockies. We will continue to research and develop cost effective ways to bring sustainability and natural beauty back to the Rocky Mountain region.

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