Enjoy Ed's creative endeavors listed below and how he began his Organic Lifestyle:
For the past 30 years, Robert has used his horticulture degree, landscape architecture license and passion for nature to generate ideas and bring a unique creative flair to the use of outdoor spaces, while always maintaining a harmonious balance with nature. He is a pioneer in wetland, prairie and shoreline restoration and an avid environmentalist. He possesses an abundance of knowledge in plant cultivation and propagation.
Robert has a long history of organic farming dating back to the days of his Grandfather, who farmed with a team of horses. He now grows on a smaller scale but more intensely. He uses organic practices in his greenhouses, raised beds, potted plants on benches and also directly in the field! In 2012 he began his quest for USDA Organic Certification and became fully certified through MOSA in 2016.
Landscape architects do more than simply plant shrubs, arrange trees, and run watering systems. Robert creates a complete visual package that works with your architecture's aesthetic and your surrounding biomes. This takes not only a keen eye for visual detail, but also an expansive knowledge of biology and ecology.
Robert can help you make choices that are eco-friendly and ultimately sustainable. From bio-engineering to cut flowers, he has extensive experience and knowledge. Robert would love to work with you!
Robert's core values of environmental responsibility and sustainability are real. He stands behind his work and will provide his customers with information and support.
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NATURAL AREA RESTORATION
Trees and Shrubs
Sod and Seeding
Mulch and Compost Installation
Robert C. Boyce
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The Ravinia Farmers Market, www.raviniafarmersmarket.org, is one of the nation's oldest and most venerable farmers markets, located in a beautiful area of Chicago's famous North Shore. It has been a source of healthy local produce since 1978, and it attracts dozens of local growers and thousands of visitors each summer and fall.
Ed Kugler was one of the first merchants to vend at the Ravinia Farmers Market, and has been a constant fixture ever since, eventually becoming Market Manager. Ed still sells organic produce there each week during the growing season, now under the banner of the Organic Food Club.