Team

To achieve our mission of exceeding your every expectation, we rely on a team of experts. The Anderson Landscaping crew cares about every detail of every custom design project and possess the skills to turn your most imaginative visions into reality.

Joe Anderson, President

The creative force behind Anderson Landscaping, Joe Anderson developed his trade from multiple generations before him. His instincts for landscape design set the tone for Anderson Landscaping while his exacting standards and attention to detail create outdoor spaces that seem destined to belong. Never challenge him to a spicy food eating contest; you will lose.

 

Eric Wulf, Commercial Manager

A mainstay of the professional landscaping community in Washington state for over 30 years, Eric Wulf (a.k.a Mr. Patience), is a WSU grad and former professional baseball player. With Anderson Landscaping, Eric oversees the commercial side of the business. Eric has a talent for never using two words when one will do. When he is not at the office you are likely to find him at his amazing duck ranch.

 

Jed Davenport, Project Specialist, Estimator

Perhaps the funniest guy in the office, Jed holds a construction management degree from WSU and experience in both real estate and land development. From pinpoint estimates to wind-resistant fence building, he is a man of many talents. Born and raised in Wenatchee, Jed is a whitewater rafting guide, hunter, skier, and all-American family man.

 

Marcé Villanueva, Groundskeeping Manager

Bringing her contagious smile and energy to any job she holds, Marcé willingly shares her passion and love for plants through natural pruning and caretaking ever since she first fell in love with horticulture 10 years ago.   Marcé is a certified Horticulturist, Holistic Health Coach, and Kickboxing Instructor, and a graduate of Indiana University in Ancient History.  In her spare time, you will find her and her husband hiking and foraging for wild plants, planning their future homestead, or maybe someday returning to Greece to unearth more treasures.

Judy Nilsson, Designer

As a designer, Judy Nilsson’s experience as a team member includes landscape design for single-family and multi-family residences; commercial facilities; streetscapes; public parks; and Low Impact Development. Artistic principles, design theory, and experience living in remote natural surroundings have provided a wealth of knowledge to assist in developing a unique vision with each client. Education and training include degrees in Fine Art and Landscape Architecture from both UW and WSU.

 

Amy Gross, Designer

Our multi-talented designer Amy Gross, has a great eye for plants and the experience to back it up. Amy got her start working in nurseries then moving to design with a landscape company in Denver, Colorado where she became an expert in xeriscaping. As a former collegiate volleyball player, Amy now spends her free time coaching volleyball at multiple levels.

 

Joe Besler, Superintendent

If you work with us, you will likely interact with this amazing guy. Relentlessly positive and always seeing the best of any situation, Joe B executes the vision, design, and form of your landscape to perfection. Joe was the first person the company ever hired and what a great decision that was! Fun fact – Joe is an aspiring goat rancher.

 

Walter Zaldivar, Project Foreman

Also known as “the Honey Badger,” Walter Zalvidar may be the only size ‘M’ T-shirt in the company but don’t let that fool you. A master irrigation specialist, Walter has over 15 years in the industry. With his attention to detail and wealth of knowledge and experience, you can relax knowing that your job is in very capable hands.

 

Les Anderson, Project Specialist

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For Les, the difference is in the detail. With over 18 years of service to Anderson Landscaping, Les has a special relationship with rock work. More than just rocks and water, Les sees the connection between the spirit of the land and the technical details needed for execution. From day to day Les is the guy who knows where all our stuff is. Whether it’s mechanical, tactical, or spiritual, no problem is too big or small for Les.