Greening Our Urban Environments!
We are a Whole-system design team specializing in Edible Landscaping, Water Management, and Alternative Energy Solutions. Our passion is providing food security, sustainability, and abundance to the cities and the suburbs.
We integrate edible, native & perennial plants into all of our designs, strengthening local food security and developing environments which are abundant, low maintenance and ecologically responsible.
We are certified Soil Food Web lab analysts and use compound light microscopes to assess the biological biomass present in your soil. These analyses allow us to understand communities of micro-organisms and create balance and abundance.
Taking special pride in environmental care, we offer consultation services to ensure that our client’s gardens are 100% organically managed and free from pesticides, fungicides, insecticides, (all the “icides”). Through soil analysis we are able to understand microbial life and harness the power of the soil food web to enhance abundance and plant vitality.
This is our responsibility as Earth Stewards!
Check out the Environmental Harmony Podcast!
Conversations with Makers, Doers, Entrepreneurs and exceptional people who are rethinking the standard and creating solutions for Humanity’s tomorrow, today!
Natural Dyeing with Sydni Gause – Environmental Harmony
- Natural Dyeing with Sydni Gause
- Wolf conservation with Dana Goin of the New York Wolf Conservation Center
- Planting native, environmentally conscious gardens with Rusty Schmidt of The Long Island Native Plant Initiative
- Saving the planet one Microorganism at a time with Dr. Elaine Ingham of The Soil Food Web School
- Someone stole my name! So I had to change it.
We are a passionate team of environmental enthusiasts! We envision a future where people can live self-sufficiently, harmonize with the Earth, and share the surplus with their families and communities.
” If ecological good sense is to prevail, it can do so only through the work and the will of the people and of the local communities.”Wendell Berry, Essay, Out Of Your Car, Off Your Horse , 1991