Members of E.L. Robinson’s Landscape Architecture staff volunteered to help cleanup new property recently acquired by the Elk River Trail Foundation. On Saturday, October 17th, an all-volunteer crew of 16 hard-working citizens showed up on a cool, but sunny fall morning to clean out the main residence, two outbuildings, and other trash and debris strewn along the property’s border with the Elk River. The property was donated to the Elk River Trail Foundation for use as trailhead development for the Elk River Rail-Trail State Park and the BC&G Railroad Rail Trail, at the confluence of Buffalo Creek and the Elk River in Clay County. Landscape Designer Adam Mull and Landscape Architect Todd Schoolcraft, along with other family members, pitched in to help clean up and haul off nearly 100 bags of trash, numerous tires and other waste found on-site.
Todd Schoolcraft, PLA, ASLA, LEED©GA, is a landscape architect and manager of ELR’s Landscape Architecture practice group, with over 27 years of experience in the fields of landscape architecture and land planning, and with over 33 years of experience in the construction industry. Mr. Schoolcraft is also a retired Combat Engineer with the West Virginia Army National Guard with over 21 years of military service. He currently resides in Elkview with his wife of 32 years, Kelly, and two dogs, Ginger and Rita.
Adam Mull is a new member of ELR in the Landscape Architecture department, working as a Designer looking to get his professional LA license. Prior to his job at ELR, Adam received his Degree in Landscape Architecture from West Virginia University, and spent five years working in high end residential and commercial landscape jobs. These jobs included the Greenbrier Resort, the state capitol, and WVU grounds. When He is not at his place of work, Adam spends time working on his 30 acre property and various rental properties or out enjoying his motorcycles.