Leah Roesler – Partner

is a true Wisconsin girl, having grown up near Milwaukee and obtaining a B.S. in International Agriculture from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She particularly enjoyed the Landscape Architecture and design related courses she studied while there. Upon graduating in 2008 Leah relocated to Jacksonville, where she continues to put down roots. She is enjoying her third year as Beautification Chair on the board of the San Marco Merchants Association. Leah is honored to be chair of the FNGLA 2020 Annual Convention. She has been serving on the planning committee for the FNGLA Northeast Chapter’s Jacksonville Landscape Show since 2013, and in 2017 transitioned to the role of co-chair. This is her second year serving on the FNGLA Marketing & Membership Committee.

Nothing is more important to Leah than making people happy. It is her goal to ensure each design Cascade Outdoor Design produces is one which the homeowners absolutely love. Leah will be there every step of the way to take your design from the beginning conceptual stage to a fabulous new space for you to enjoy.

Mike Farnsworth – Partner

has been designing and building outdoor living spaces in Jacksonville for nearly two decades. He has worked on projects from St. Marys, GA to Ortega, to St. Augustine, and everywhere in between. Mike particularly enjoys working on unique water features, including inside people’s homes, and strives to make each design not only beautiful and full of character, but also functional and maintenance free. His hands-on experience with everything from welding fabrication, to stone masonry and carpentry allow him the opportunity to push the boundaries of design to create truly one-of-a-kind spaces.

Mike prides himself on his attention to detail and doing things the “right” way. He carefully oversees the construction of each project to ensure homeowners get an end product they will be able to enjoy for years to come.

Erika Miller – Project Manager

is a proud Florida native from the small artistic community of Mount Dora. Growing up in this atmosphere helped shape her into the creative person she is today. Erika inherited her family’s love for decorating and pursued a degree in Interior Design at Florida State College at Jacksonville. After graduating, Erika further honed her design skills through various creative endeavors, traveling, and working for diverse design firms including Stephanie Jarvis, Inc., Mrs. Howard / James Michael Howard, and Office of Architecture and Design. Her attention to detail and love of all things that make a space special and unique have been the key to her success in the design industry.

Erika is always up for a challenge and loves spending her free time outdoors. Whether she is biking, paddle boarding, or relaxing at the beach, there is no denying her passion for outdoor living. This is why she is excited to expand and adapt her skill set from the interior design world to the outdoors.