About regenerative landscaping

Regenerative landscaping utilizes principles of Regenerative Agriculture (see below for more information) and applies them into urban landscapes at residential scales.

By incorporating regenerative practices, such as restoring soils, harvesting rainwater, and selecting climate appropriate plants we will be making big steps towards creating healthier environments. Not only will applying these practices benefit the planet, but will also lead to increased savings due to reduced water consumption and maintenance costs.

Designing and implementing functional systems allows for a low maintenance, cost efficient ecological approach leading to a symbiotic relationship between our homes and environment.

The benefits of regenerative landscaping will extend far past the border of your property, leading to an increase in the quality of life, cleaner coastlines, increased biodiversity and environmental health for generations to come.

Principles of Regenerative Landscaping

Regenerative landscaping defined as: “Regenerative Landscaping is managing our urban properties with natural ways that go beyond organic and sustainable landscaping, by regenerating the soil, land and surrounding ecosystem to restore vibrant health to the environment.”
“Regenerative agriculture is farming with natural ways that have no adverse environmental effects. It promotes soil enrichment and conservation with ecological balance and self supportive farming systems”