Meet Our Team



A shared love of gardening and artfully crafting beautiful landscapes is what led Michele Oskanian and her husband Fred to start Terra back in 2003. With an MBA from St. Josephs (Go Hawks!), she’s the in-house accountant, number-cruncher, and Jill of All Trades. When she’s not running the business, she enjoys tennis, skiing, and attending her 3 sons’ extracurricular activities.


General Manager

A local guy who graduated from Albright College with a degree in economics, Fred Oskanian realized his true passion was for working outside (rather than behind a desk). Fred is the proud father of three amazing boys. He’s big into tennis, skiing, and generally just enjoying the great outdoors. Fred got into landscaping because he loves the creativity afforded to him in helping homeowners beautify their homes.


Turf Care Specialist

Bryan enjoys all aspects of outdoors including kayaking, fishing, and hiking. He is very knowledgeable about plants and enjoys sharing that information. Bryan enjoys working with people and is easy to talk to. Bryan loves all pets and has a German Sheppard which he takes on hikes as often as possible. He recently purchased his first home so his spare time is spent doing many projects around the house.



In 1994, Scott graduated from Delaware Valley University with a degree in Agronomy and Turf Management. Scott has had 20+ years of experience in commercial and residential landscape management! For 25 years, he has been a certified pesticide applicator in Lawn and Turf, Ornamental Horticulture, Aquatics, and Mosquito, Flea and Tick. Scott enjoys gathering any and all information pertaining to his profession by attending research trials at the university level, and networking with other professionals.
When not working, Scott spends quality time with his family and friends, especially his three daughters and son- twins Courtney and Karly, and Brianna and Tyler.

Kristin Rubino

Operations Manager, Landscaping and Mowing

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