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  • Meet our Stump Grinder

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    How many of us just live with something day after day, not knowing how to get rid of it? Like a large tree stump on your property? We can remove it, and for a fraction of the cost of what you’d usually pay. Meet our newest piece of [...]

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  • Kanuikapono School

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    We are honored to continuously be working with Kanuikapono PCS for over three years now. The school’s focus is cultural immersion, project, place, and nature-based learning. Serving grades K-12, the roughly 150 students along with the staff and families all work together in a thriving educational environment which [...]

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  • Employee of the Month

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    Meet our seasonal employee (and son) Mateo, who works over Spring breaks, Christmas breaks and summers. This week he is helping transport massive Ficus trees from Kapahi to Kilauea. Mateo’s duties include mirror adjusting, tree watering, chain and rope transporting, and joke-telling. He is paid [...]

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  • Somers Excavators

    natural rock walls

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    Use what you’ve got. To find the greatest potential in a landscape, utilize what is naturally abundant already. In this latest project, our clients asked RYLO to design and implement a hardscaping plan for a vertical area of their property. We decided on terracing the sloping hillside and utilizing [...]

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  • Before and After

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    Before and After project: an overgrown property transformed into a beautifully landscaped garden. In the before photo RYLO had just begun the beginning phases of shredding, mulching and clearing a sloped property riddled with invasive species. In the after photo the property is cleared, revitalized and landscaped into a [...]

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  • Before and After: Soil Stabilization

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    Kaua’i is known for its diverse terrain, sometimes rather steep inclines. When building roads, driveways, homes or other structures, these inclines can get even more vertical. The land becomes unuseable and  it destabilizes the soil. What’s the solution? RYLO specializes in transforming terraces in to a safe, functional and [...]

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  • Mission completed:Boys & Girls Club Hoops Court

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    After years of planning, starts, setbacks, and work, the Boys & Girls basketball court is completed. RYLO is more than stoked to have been a part of this project along with many other individuals, businesses and organizations to make it happen. Check out the full [...]

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  • Kealia Flood Debris

    Rain. Flooding. More Rain. March 2012 on Kaua’i

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    Rain on Kaua’i in recent years is often received as a refreshing respite from drought-filled days. This month, however, the 2012 March rains went beyond a blessing and rolled right on over into damaging and destructive. We knew we hadn’t seen rains like this when [...]

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  • Invasive Species on Kaua’i

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    Strawberry Guava. Java Plum. African Tulip. They sound like lovely, lush, exotic plants at first glance. In fact, they are just a few of Kaua’i’s invasive species that grow so big, so fast, and so quick, other other plants can’t survive. Below are  just a [...]

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  • RYLO’s Newest Addition: Adaptable Equipment Allows for an Abundance of Projects

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    We are in love with a big hunk of metal. It’s one of our latest machine attachments; what we call the “Shredder/Grinder/Chipper/Mulcher.” This tool has allowed us to complete a plethora of creative, innovative and cost effective projects this year. It provides a more environmentally [...]

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