Mark Butler is a registered landscape architect charged with running all aspects of Clark Farms Landscape Division. In his free time he enjoys golfing, backpacking & spending time with his family. Mark has served five semesters as adjunct professor of landscape design at the University of Rhode Island and currently sits on the board of directors for the Narrow River Land Trust.
Mark's Credentials Include:
Evan Larkin's attention to detail and desire to learn all aspects of the business has made him a critical part of the Clark Farms landscape division since 2010. His passion for nature and the environment blends evenly with his enthusiasm for constructing and maintaining vibrant, healthy landscapes. In his spare time, Evan enjoys hiking, snowboarding, and skateboarding.
Jay Johnson has been involved in landscape construction ever since he can remember. Growing up on his family's dairy farm in up-state New York and working for the family's landscape company, Jay learned to operating various pieces of equipment and about the many aspects of landscape construction. He has his RI Hoisting License with professional experience ranging from rock crushing to land clearing. In his free time, Jay loves to mountain bike and snowmobile.
Robert L. Green - New to the Clark Family, Robert possesses a wide variety of skills and knowledge ranging from horticulturally correct plant care & installation techniques to whole tree removal. He is a RINLA certified horticulturalist and a RI licensed arborist. Recently married, Robert is a life long New England resident and environmental enthusiast. He enjoys mountain biking and Frisbee in his spare time.