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Ecological Landscape Architecture

From urban farms and green infrastructure projects to campuses and residences, our team finds elegant solutions to design challenges that strengthen the ecological and social fabric of place. We specialize in designing integrated landscapes that engage users, manage stormwater, build healthy soils, provide pollinator habitat, grow food, and enhance stewardship.

Relevant Project: Fowler Clark Epstein Urban Farm

Regenerative Agriculture

We consult with farmers, agricultural non-profits, and farm agencies on the adoption of agroecological practices like alley-cropping, productive buffers, silvopasture, and regenerative soil health management. Our farm planning work is rooted in a holistic view of the farm landscape and is informed by on-the-ground experience as farm-owners and farm laborers.

Relevant Project: Triangle Land Conservancy Agriculture Master Plan

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Regenerative Agriculture

We design regenerative agriculture systems that heal degraded landscapes, and contribute to viable farm livelihoods and resilient food systems. Whether it’s design from the ground up, or transitioning an existing enterprise, we help clients integrate practices like restoration agroforestry, carbon farming, productive riparian buffers, and alley cropping. We also assist with farm enterprise planning, stewardship planning, and implementation guidelines.

Relevant Project: Triangle Land Conservancy Agriculture Master Plan

Climate Resilience + Nature-Based Solutions

We work with non-profits and municipalities to build knowledge and capacity around the planning and management of resilient, adaptable landscapes. Our team specializes in assessing the unique soil health values of forests, wetlands, farmland, and turf and ornamental landscapes. These assessments help clients to make land-use planning decisions that build healthy soils, improve water quality, reduce flooding, cool local temperatures, enhance open space, and support biodiversity.

Relevant Project (subcontractor to BSC Group): Apple Country Natural Climate Solutions Project

Community Engagement

Designing resilient and dynamic landscapes requires a design process that engages and responds to stakeholders. We work to include diverse perspectives, illuminate design principles, and get people excited about co-creating landscapes they want to live in.

Relevant Project: Gardening the Community Urban Farm

Community Engagement

Designing resilient and dynamic landscapes requires a design process that engages and responds to stakeholders. We work to include diverse perspectives, illuminate design principles, and get people excited about co-creating landscapes they want to live in.

Relevant Project: Gardening the Community Urban Farm

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