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Our practice of ecological design honors nature's blueprints for their ecological integrity and cooperative essence. We read the land to lead the design process down the path of least resistance, inputs, and maintenance. In an unprecedented time of the human experience, in the face of climate change, and in such an environment that reflects these factors, we choose to respect the cycles, systems, and peoples who came before us to restore the health and integrity of landscapes small and large through ecological landscape design.

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The southeast bioregion is facing unprecedented flooding in streets, homes, yards, and business buildings. Rising sea levels, increased rain fall, and a heightened frequency of hurricanes are causing more challenges and damage from Appalachia to to the Atlantic than ever before. The good news is that there are solutions to these problems through ecological design. Learn how to take a step in this direction:


We design beautiful home landscapes by applying ecological design to work with your water, soil, sunlight, infrastructure, vegetation, wildlife, and larger context of your home's location. Our designs emphasize the use of native plants that are food for pollinators or habitat for birds; edible plants and herbs to support your well-being and enjoyment; rainwater harvesting and storm water management to prevent erosion and keep you dry; and patterns and palettes that play to your personal aesthetic and tastes.

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The Carolina coast is rich in biodiversity and offers ecological services to its residents such as flood mitigation, pollution filtration, nesting ground, fish nursery habitat, and scenic views from the dock or the kayak. Development pressure can pose a threat to these important ecological functions that vegetated coastlines serve; unless, of course, developers, city planners, and landscape designers begin to work in closer collaboration. That's where we come in.


We go beyond the human-drawn borders of parcel boundaries and political jurisdiction; instead, we honor watersheds, pollinator & wildlife corridors, and tide levels. We work with clients who want to co-create contracts with their neighbors or neighborhoods to collectively manage stormwater, create pollinator corridors, and cultivate common spaces with food, places to play, and more! Inquire about our "Corridor Packages" to learn more about how collaborating with your neighbors can create more effective outcomes and save you money on a design!

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