Evergreen Landscaping & Management works to cultivate life, meaning we are committed to improving the natural resources that we have been given. Training our staff to responsibly care for all your landscape aspects in a way that supports not only the sustainability of the earth, but protects your investment. We value and respect each client and work to build a lasting impression that is not just a short-term business transaction, but one that develops into a mutually valuable relationship that will last for years to come.
Jeff is a life-long resident of West Point. He started maintaining yards at a young age. He graduated Mississippi State University in May 2011 in Land and Construction Management. Jeff is a Mississippi Licensed Contractor. He and his wife, Abby reside in West Point with their two sons, Jack and Sam.
Will is a life-long resident of the Golden Triangle. He is a lover of the outdoors and enjoys designing natural landscapes. Will is a natural business and salesman. He strives on customer service and maintaining those relationships. Will is married to Whitney. They live in Columbus with their son, Lawson.
Beck is a life-long resident of Starkville. He has been an outdoor enthusiast since a young age, with a passion for landscapes and hardscapes alike. Beck graduated from Mississippi State University in 2012 with a degree in Landscape Contracting. Beck currently resides in Starkville, with his wife Alanna, their daughter Coleman, and their son Fisher.
Clay grew up in a landscaping family in Columbus Mississippi, spending his summers and afternoons as a child working at their nursery or helping the crews with landscaping and maintenance. When attending the University of Mississippi he was introduced to the culinary world and spent the next several years of his life honing his skills under great Chefs like John Currence and John Besh, even having a few minutes of fame on the show Top Chef. After traveling the US as a chef, he landed back home in Columbus where he met his wife and decided to settle down and help with his family business once again, while serving as private chef. When his parents decided to retire the landscaping and maintenance aspect of their business, Clay deciding to take his vast knowledge of the business and join the team at Evergreen. He resides in Columbus with his wife, Shannon and his three children, Colton, Reagan and Landon. Clay is excited to be part of a new family business and looks forward to providing the same level of excellent service for all of his customers at Evergreen.