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About Kingdom Yard Services

About the Company


Kingdom Yard Services, LLC is a full-service yard company. We are passionate about plants, beauty, and function. We also are passionate about helping people grow lots of food with little amounts of effort. Consulting people on food production is something that we love to do.

W e do just about any project that you would want to do for your yard and, if we don’t do it ourselves, we know the right people to call for help with the project.

We do residential, commercial, owner-occupied, rented, vacant, vacation rentals, and properties that are for sale—any type of property you can think of. We offer regular maintenance schedules, one-time clean-ups, or you can call us when you want something done. We will do our best to fit it in our schedule.

We also pride ourselves on having a high level of integrity. We would rather lose money than lose integrity.

About the Owner


Christopher Odland

Owner / Operator
I learned from the orchard and family members.

Christopher has been playing in the garden with family members since he was knee-high. It quickly became a joy. Many of his family members had very large vegetable gardens and elaborate landscapes. In addition, his grandfather, and multiple uncles had commercial orchards. He spent hours working with the trees and learned about orchard management.

As an adult, Christopher became a Journeyman mason in the Seattle Union, and developed a love for masonry. Now, he combines those two passions in his own business where he can practice both crafts.


WEEP: Christopher Odland is the owner of a Non-Profit company called W.E.E.P., which stands for Worldwide Ending of Extreme Poverty. Its goal is to eradicate extreme poverty, one village at a time. We will be metaphorically teaching people how to fish, instead of giving out fish. There are 1 Billion people with a 50% chance of dying of starvation or thirst, and we intend to radically reduce that number with new technologies, and new ways of farming. Our desire is to do what we can help those who cannot help themselves, while constantly growing ourselves and learning new ways to improve how we serve those in need.

About the Company


Kingdom Yard Services, LLC is a full-service yard company. We are passionate about plants, beauty, and function. We also are passionate about helping people grow lots of food with little amounts of effort. Consulting people on food production is something that we love to do.

W e do just about any project that you would want to do for your yard and, if we don’t do it ourselves, we know the right people to call for help with the project.

We do residential, commercial, owner-occupied, rented, vacant, vacation rentals, and properties that are for sale—any type of property you can think of. We offer regular maintenance schedules, one-time clean-ups, or you can call us when you want something done. We will do our best to fit it in our schedule.

We also pride ourselves on having a high level of integrity. We would rather lose money than lose integrity.

About the Owner


Christopher Odland

Owner / Operator
I learned from the orchard and family members.

Christopher has been playing in the garden with family members since he was knee-high. It quickly became a joy. Many of his family members had very large vegetable gardens and elaborate landscapes. In addition, his grandfather, and multiple uncles had commercial orchards. He spent hours working with the trees and learned about orchard management.

As an adult, Christopher became a Journeyman mason in the Seattle Union, and developed a love for masonry. Now, he combines those two passions in his own business where he can practice both crafts.


WEEP: Christopher Odland is the owner of a Non-Profit company called W.E.E.P., which stands for Worldwide Ending of Extreme Poverty. Its goal is to eradicate extreme poverty, one village at a time. We will be metaphorically teaching people how to fish, instead of giving out fish. There are 1 Billion people with a 50% chance of dying of starvation or thirst, and we intend to radically reduce that number with new technologies, and new ways of farming. Our desire is to do what we can help those who cannot help themselves, while constantly growing ourselves and learning new ways to improve how we serve those in need.