Rebekah Lamphere is the founder and president of Hartland Designs, Inc. which was created in 2001. She has a BS in Horticulture from Cornell University and an Associates Degree in Urban Tree Management from Paul Smith’s College. Rebekah is committed to land stewardship: she works hard to create inviting landscapes that accentuate the natural beauty of a site and that foster a client’s appreciation for the world outside their door. Her design "palette" includes extensive experience in creating a variety of garden styles, plus stonework and water features. She is also schooled in Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to maintain the landscapes she creates, as a result she can address invasive species or other serious maintenance problems as a certified Pesticide Technician. Besides designing, installing and maintaining beautiful landscapes, Rebekah’s greatest joy, by far, comes from nurturing relationships with her clients and work colleagues. Every client gets her personal attention, and she prides herself on developing designs based on listening carefully to her client's needs, values, and personal sensibilities. She also works hard to build the knowledge and skill of her entire staff through educational programs at the Berkshire Botanical Garden and elsewhere, so that everyone on your site is able to contribute fully to the success of your project.
Nora Riccardi began working summers for Hartland Designs in 2002. In 2011 she committed herself full-time as a landscape laborer, and in 2014 she became Rebekah’s right-hand woman- acting as Foreman and running the Maintenance Crew. She has received a Level 1 Horticulture Certificate from Berkshire Community College through Berkshire Botanical Gardens and is also a Certified Pesticide Technician. Nora is also Rebekah’s sister, and consequently provides an unsurpassed level of quality, trust, and commitment to the business.
Nancy Lamphere has received a Level 1 Horticulture Certificate from Berkshire Community College through Berkshire Botanical Gardens. She is the mother of Rebekah Lamphere. Blessed with a green thumb, she saw the same gift in her daughter Rebekah even as a young child. She let Rebekah take over one of her own garden plots, and helped her find her calling. Since 2015, Nancy has been working alongside both her daughters Nora and Rebekah. When she is not working in the gardens, she is the bookkeeper and Rebekah's personal assistant to assure that jobs run smoothly.
Lamphere Stoneworks' specializes in doing the impossible with stone.
As Master Stone Masons, we create heirloom quality artistic features and traditional stone structures. Whether crafting large unique structures or simple stone landscape elements, our enthusiasm and workmanship are unparalleled. Through creative collaboration with clients, landscape designers, architects, and engineers, we have yet to find the boundaries of our craft.
We represent two generations of experience as Master Stone Masons. Our experience isn't limited to stonework - from excavation to finished carpentry, our knowledge and experience can guide you through commercial and residential improvements.
No Project Is Too Large For Us
We pride ourselves on being a small business that gives very personalized attention. But we are still able to take on projects of any size and scope because of the relationships we maintain with a variety of trusted local professionals who can augment our staff, as needed, with equally high quality work. These include:
Terry and Kyle Lamphere, Lamphere Stoneworks
Bruce Hake, Taconic Ridge Contracting
Ricky Klein, Thistle-Doo Development
Andy Sandstrom, Lebanon Springs Excavating
Tim Giumarra, Excavating and Logging
David Theriault, Sunhouse Builders
William Hammersmith, Quality Construction
Ron Yaple, Race Mountain Tree Service
Walter Cudnohufsky Associates, Landscape Architects and Planners
Jeffery Collingwood, Civil Engineer