New Hire: Emily Pridgeon

Ben Collinsworth


Native is proud to announce the newest addition to our team Emily Pridgeon. Emily comes toScreen Shot 2018-10-23 at 10.23.18 AM

us with 12 years landscape experience and a B.S in Horticulture from Teas A&M University.



When Emily is not at work she enjoys volunteering at the Austin Wildlife Rescue, hiking, biking,

and is a licensed wildlife rehabber. One of her life goals is to travel and explore the world.

Emily’s career goals include growing her network and presence in the landscape industry by

being a personable, professional and dependable account manager. She came to Native to

establish more personal connections with her clients and help them solve their landscape

needs. While Emily was already named the CAI Service Provider of the year in 2016, she is just

getting started and remains active in several associations. Please help us welcome Emily to the

Native team!

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Ben Collinsworth


Before Ben founded Native Land Design in 2001, he earned a Bachelor's degree in Horticulture and Landscape Architecture from Texas A&M University. He’s an active member of ASLA, HBA of Austin, NHBA, PLANET, and BOMA. Ben, his wife and their three children reside in the Cedar Park area.

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