Jim Law, Architectural Designer Land Art Works, Inc. Licensed Landscape Contractor ROC#295674 - Residential & Commercial
Jim Law has been on numerous TV shows, "The Weekend Gardener" and "HGTV Landscapers Challenge show" and has taught classes on Pond Construction and Landscape Design.
With over 28 years as a Landscape/Hardscape Design & Build Contractor, Jim began his career early in life in Florida before moving to Arizona. He holds an AS degree in Environmental Horticulture, specializing in Residential Design and Renovation. Jim won 1st place on the Nationally syndicated HGTV Landscapers Challenge show and spearheaded the Save Sedona Trees Network in 2007. Land Art Works provides complete Design and Installation services in Sedona Arizona.
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28 years as a Landscaper and Architectural Designer doesn't even touch the surface of who and what Jim is all about. Landscaping isn't just a job to Jim, It's his passion. Sure, he will create the greatest landscape of your dreams, but it's not only because he cares about you, it's because he truly cares about the land.
Jim's passion about nature and the earth began early in his life, growing up in the harsh elements of South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin. His family later moved to Florida when he was ten-years old and it was then when he fell in love with the ocean. At the age of 17, he ended up as a treasure diver for Mel Fisher in the Florida Keys and owned a Saltwater tropical fish business.
Following in the footsteps of his 106 year-old grandfather, Jim pursued his dreams at every turn, and soon realized that working with the earth was what was in his heart. He rolled with it, earned an AS degree in Environmental Horticulture and opened a Landscape business in Gainesville Florida.
Not only did he win first place on the Nationally syndicated HGTV Landscapers' Challenge show and several first place awards from the City Beautification Board, but along the way Jim also understood the importance of the preservation of Mother Earth. Jim has offered seminars about conscious landscaping, and also while living on the island of Kauai, providing tours of the landscape and ocean to educate and stimulate the love, fascination, preservation and wonder of nature that was inbred in him.
In 2007, 53 large, beautiful old Sycamore trees in Sedona were in danger of being cut down to make way for the renovation of Hwy 179, Jim created a "Save Sedona Trees" campaign which resulted in the re-routing of the renovation to prevent the destruction of the glorious trees from being cut down.
With this kind of love and care for the Earth, who would you entrust to take care of your landscaping needs? Jim is one-of-a-kind. He will listen to your dreams and help to make them a reality in the most efficient, cost-effective way.
This Cottonwood tree was over 80 years-old and was cut down to make way for the large roundabout at the bridge.
Sedona Red Rock News coverage
Thanks to Sun Signs, (a local sign company) they were able to create this red and white banner for us at the last minute.
Two Large old Sycamore trees near the old Bridge were cut down. These were two of the three that ended up being destroyed.
Hopi Elder / GrandFather Martin
Jim Law standing at the base of a large Sycamore tree.