Nature’s Way Lawn Services was established in February 2017 with the goal of providing a professional, customer oriented lawn care services for residential and commercial clients. We stick to what we do best: cutting and maintaining lawns in Decatur, IL and Macon County. In the first year, we have secured large governmental contracts, commercial clients with multiple properties, and a number of residential clients.
Nature’s Way is certified as a minority-owned and women-owned business.
ABOUT THE OWNERS
Juanita M. Morris is a native of Decatur, Illinois. Following a 25-year stint away, she decided to return to the city of her birth to effect change and growth in central Illinois through strategic partnerships and entrepreneurial opportunities. Mrs. Morris has breadth and depth in project management, having previously served as a director for a public university.
Jeremy K. Morris is a native of Bolivar County in the Mississippi Delta. The second of four sons of a farmer and a career educator, he is no stranger to working hard. His experiences in corporate America, with minority-owned businesses, and in higher education institutions has taught him the essential skill of also working smarter. His formative years found him alongside his father; ensuring crops were planted, maintained harvested and sold. This background helps in the preparation for the responsibilities of a thriving lawn services business.
We are proud to be a Minority-owned & Women-owned enterprise.
Nature’s Way is a minority-owned business enterprise (MBE) and a women-owned business enterprise (WBE). The company is committed to diversity and the hiring, training, development and success of a diverse working population. We firmly believe that our associates should be reflective of the community served. Nature’s Way will work with community-based workforce solutions providers, churches, local high school students, and professional connections to build and maintain a diverse workforce.
Nature’s Way will also follow guidelines outlined by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant due to race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin or any other protected class. Nature’s Way will determine the availability of minorities and women in the area to recruit. All solicitations and advertisements for employment will include a statement to address equal opportunity. Nature’s Way will work to ensure that all appropriate and essential compliance requirements are met.