Martha has taught courses in residential design to hundreds of homeowners at Xavier University, Northern Kentucky University, Mount St. Joseph College, UC's Communiversity Program, and through the Blue Ash, Princeton, Indian Hill and Forest Hills school districts, among others. She has donated her design services to numerous charitable organizations including Habitat for Humanity, the Ronald McDonald House, the Alzheimer's Foundation, the new Kennedy Heights Art Center, the Episcopal Retirement Homes, Greater Cincinnati Health and Behavioral Services, The Civic Garden Center, The Public Library of Greater Cincinnati, and the League of Women Voters. Martha frequently speaks to local garden clubs. She is commited to design measures promoting sustainability, conservation of natural resources, and maintenance reduction. Along with her superior design skills and extensive knowledge of Midwestern plant materials, she brings an exceptional ability to help clients understand their needs and preferences for an outdoor environment and transform them into unique and beautiful landscapes.
She is committed to bringing flexible, affordable and high quality services to homeowners with large or small budgets. To do this she offers a variety of services and options that are tailored to meet the special needs and preferences of each client. Examples of her work are located in nearly every neighborhood and section of Greater Cincinnati.