Cudmore Curbscapes is a Maine landscape contractor offering a wide range of services available throughout the state. We are certified by the Department of Environmental Protection in erosion and sedimentation control practices and shoreland zoning, which allows us to work within 75 feet of a lake, river, or pond.
Anna Cudmore / Owner
Anna Cudmore, owner of Cudmore Curbscapes, is an experienced Maine landscape contractor. She has had a passion for the outdoors since she was a child, which grew throughout the various phases of her life. She continued to nurture her passion by working in greenhouses, her family’s gravel pit, and through additional horticultural studies. Cudmore Curbscapes was established in 2014. Prior to Cudmore Curbscapes, Anna was the founder and owner of Cudmore Gravel and Lot Maintenance in North Dakota. Since her arrival in Maine Anna quickly became a part of the horticulture community. Anna serves on the executive board of the Maine Landscape and Nursery Association (MELNA) and is the treasurer of the Freeport Conservation Committee. When not on a job site you will often find Anna walking a local trail with her loving partner and their crazy pup Esther.
Mary Ann Curty / Fine Gardening Specialist
Mary Ann has been in the horticulture field for 10 years before joining Cudmore Curbscapes. She’s served Metro-west Boston and the Boston area with Rehl Gardens before relocating to Southern Maine in 2017. For two seasons she served the Kennebunk/ Kennebunkport territory with a previous employer. Her expertise lies within Fine Gardening which is where her passion lies. Beauty is everywhere and she hopes that everyone will take a moment to observe just how precious nature can be. Her education is primarily autodidact drawing from workshops, classes, seminars, books, mentors, and support from her friend Kathy Rehl. She attended Salem State University with the concentration in Geology and Saint Joseph’s in Standish Maine focusing on Environmental Science. Outside of her career, she is a mother of three boys and maybe, just maybe, a crazy cat lady.