Water retention landscapes serve as the foundation for functional communities, and homesteads, providing people with the resources needed to thrive on a rapidly evolving planet. Naturalized environments better equip us for the production of food, medicine, fiber, building materials, and water storage.
With the uncertainty of an evolving climate, extreme weather events, and the fragility of our food & water supply, we must find balance and harmony with nature.
Would you like to take a proactive step in knowing that your basic needs will be secure?
Water is Life
The Essence of Existence
The Great Moderator of Ecosystems
Plant the Water
Catch it from the sky, feed it to the ground, and watch nature regenerate while providing you with a natural asset to use for your own well being
Plants, and the soils that nourish them need water to survive. By working with the land to capture & store water in the ground we supply the plants & soil with the inputs to thrive, store water into the dry season when we need it most, sequester carbon and provide habitat for local wildlife, which play a crucial role in the health of ecosystems.
Hydrated landscapes mitigate natural disasters by either preemptively stopping the formation of them or buffering their intensity if they are to occur. The trifecta of flood, fire & drought are inextricably linked and are best to treat proactively, before they occur.
By slowing, spreading, sinking & storing water in the ground we activate the small water cycle (dew/fog) up to the big water cycle (ocean evaporation/rain formation), which hydrates the area around water capture features and increases precipitation down wind further hydrating the landscape and recharging groundwater/watersheds.
Immerse in the beauty of tending your community of plants.
A diverse plant ecosystem will grow fresh, nutrient dense, delicious food that feeds your family and your community—with abundance!
Support pollinators—the key to successful crop and resource production—by using native and naturalized plants that have a long-forged relationship with local bees, birds, and insects.
Grow a beautiful assortment of plants, trees, shrubs, and flowers to foster diversity and resilience against weather and environmental changes.
Cultivate plants above and below ground.
Leveraging the roots of plants will direct water deep into the ground in order to store it and recharge groundwater supply.
Build soil, sequester carbon, and cool the atmosphere!