A nonprofit yard maintenance service helping suburban homeowners and rural landowners improve landscape health, beauty, river and wildlife friendliness, and real estate value. SoilKeepers provides affordable landscape maintenance for folks concerned about lawn chemicals and health impacts on children and nature.

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SoilKeepers Testimonials

"SoilKeepers is knowledgeable, experienced, thorough, neat, and provided customized care for my property, with great results. I highly recommend them." ~ T.W., Fredericksburg, VA

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SoilKeepers is a Job Corps

SoilKeepers trains and employs upper high school and college young adults interested in careers in the great outdoors. SoilKeepers provides job skills and decent pay for hard work. Employees learn how to blend technology, science, and physical labor to benefit their customers and the world at large.

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A cooperative venture with vendors of Virginia "River Friendly" products and services.

SoilKeepers is based on the River Friendly Yard project completed by The National Wildlife Federation, the Virginia Department of Forestry, the Rappahannock River Basin Commission, the City of Fredericksburg, the National Wildlife Federation, the Center for Natural Capital + other Partners in 2012.

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For the Homeowner - Affordable, Trusted, and Prompt Maintenance Services

SoilKeepers provides mowing, edging, raking, pruning, and mulch application services. Contact Mike at 540-661-7379 To schedule a free consultation.

For the Vendor - Becoming SoilKeepers Certified

Certified Yard Improvement Project Vendor List

For the Homeowner - Free Yard Improvement Project Recommendations

In addition to maintenance services, SoilKeepers help clients select Certified Vendors to perform Yard Improvement Projects to improve the health, beauty, river-friendliness, and real estate value of their home.

SoilKeepers Team 2014

Meet the young adults trained to care for your property.

SoilKeepers is the trusted partner of Virginia homeowners interested in the health, beauty, and value of their homes. - Michael Collins, Executive Director, Center for Natural Capital
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