Rainscapes Media Room
As irrigation experts and a leading East Tennessee irrigation company, Rainscapes invites media inquiries to help educate and inform East Tennessee consumers and businesses about effective water use. Please find several informational resources on this website, and feel free to contact Rainscapes or its media contact directly with specific questions or other information needs.
View the latest news from Rainscapes. Feel free to contact Rainscapes or its media contacts with any additional questions or for interviews.
- Spring To-Do List for Your Lawn (Maryville Daily Times column)
- Rainscapes Wins National Honor from Irrigation Association
- Lawn Care and Old Man Winter (Maryville Daily Times column)
- Fall, Football and Lawn Care (Maryville Daily Times column)
- Water Wisely: July is Smart Irrigation Month (Maryville Daily Times column)
- April – At the Root of It All (Maryville Daily Times Column)
- Rainscapes Honored as Green Achiever
- Outdoor Lighting
- Remedies for Post-Summer Lawn Damage
- Rainscapes Owner Wins Chamber Award
- Tips to Help Homeowners Ensure a Healthy
- Local Irrigation Professional Partners
With EPA’s WaterSense Program
- Rainscapes Acquires Duck Irrigation To Create Largest Irrigation Contractor In Greater Knoxville Area
Gather a quick synopsis of Rainscapes through this downloadable fact sheet.
Mary Beth West, APR
East Tennessee native Clint Allison founded Rainscapes in 1996 as a Maryville-based irrigation company. In March 2010, Allison acquired Duck Irrigation in Knoxville, Tenn., and consolidated the two companies under the Rainscapes name.
At Rainscapes, Allison manages a staff of 15 people, provides oversight and direction for the company’s projects, manages various on-site irrigation and service projects and guides the company’s business development efforts.
Allison and Rainscapes hold several professional certifications. From the national Irrigation Association, Allison earned the Certified Irrigation Contractor designation. Rainscapes is also an Environmental Protection Agency WaterSense® Partner as well as a Rain Bird select contractor.
Prior to founding Rainscapes, Allison served in a design and sales capacity for Duck Irrigation for three years. He also worked for three years as an irrigation manager for McGinnis Farms which is now John Deere Landscapes.
Allison received his bachelor’s degree in agricultural-ornamental horticulture and landscape design from the University of Tennessee. He resides in Vonore, Tenn., with his wife, Lori, and their two daughters.