Critter Control

Want to learn how to keep unwanted animals off your lawn or out of your garden and trash? If so, join landscape designer Doug Scott for products and scare tactics that’ll keep deer, raccoons, rabbits or squirrels from wreaking havoc on your outdoor living spaces.
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About Done-in-a-Weekend Projects

Whatever your yard needs, the Exmark Original Series, Done-In-A-Weekend Projects, is loaded with DIY project tips and expertise. The series host, landscape designer, Doug Scott addresses all the steps you need to take to make your dream backyard a reality. And the best part? These are quick hit videos that cut to the chase. So, you can spend less time watching and more time creating and enjoying your backyard life. Watch more on exmark.com/backyard.

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Doug Scott
About Doug Scott Doug Scott left corporate America in 2012 to launch Redeem Your Ground, a landscape design firm specializing in helping people live and connect in meaningful ways outside the physical walls of their homes. Prior to Redeem Your Ground, the Done-In-A-Weekend video host earned his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University, MBA from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, and worked with several consulting firms. Although successful, this career path didn’t tap into Doug’s true passions for family, the outdoors and all things landscape design. So, in his spare time, he began creating outdoor living spaces for his friends that reflected who they were, and how they wanted to live outside. Doug’s passion for creating unique, personalized outdoor living spaces has garnered considerable media attention. Redeem Your Ground and Doug’s home have been featured in Southern Living and Growing a Greener World, and his RYG blog took home top honors at the 2015 Garden Bloggers Conference. Doug and his wife Brittany live outside of Atlanta, GA with their two daughters, seven chickens and two cats.

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