America’s Most Desperate Landscape – DIY

America’s Most Desperate Landscape - DIY
Casting Call for DIY Channel Show

America’s Most Desperate Landscape on the DIY channel is now casting their Backyard Edition! DIY is seeking hopeless and desperate backyards that are chaotic, overgrown and dreadful looking! If your background is in desperate need of a makeover and you would love to see it transformed into a beautiful landscape that blows you away, this is the casting call for you!

About “America’s Most Desperate Landscape”

Jason and his team will bring a massive two-day transformation to your backyard. Think building decks and pergolas, fences and walkways, and much more. Got a pathetic pool? Jason would love to tackle that, too!

Applicant Requirements

For the first time ever, DIY’s Jason Cameron is looking for dreadful, chaotic, overgrown, absolutely hopeless and desperate backyards for America’s Most Desperate Landscape.

Is your backyard desperate enough for a total transformation? If so, the casting team from DIY wants to hear from you.

Application Instructions

If you want to submit your backyard for a makeover, follow the guidelines below and send info to: to apply.

1. In your email, include your name, contact info and short explanation about yourself, your yard and why we should select you for AMDL.

2. Three pictures of your back yard – make sure they are wide shots (25MB email limit on the pictures.)

3. Brief video* showcasing your yard and your personality. Shooting on a smart phone? Hold the phone horizontally. Post the video on YouTube and send us a link.

*You need to show us your desperation… your desperate yard and show us your personality and why we should bring the AMDL team to your home for the biggest backyard landscape invasion of the year. *
Entries accepted until October 14, 2016.

One thought on “America’s Most Desperate Landscape – DIY

  1. Love this idea. I love working in yard. We just had a tornado hit and demolish the whole yard in Petal, MS. It was really pretty and lots of shade. Now the trees are all gone and it looks like a parking lot. A clean slate to start ober

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