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The conversation surrounding the best use of city-owned sites has shifted in recent years. Communities are pushing for more greenspace, gardens and other nature-based spaces that prioritize quality of life and wellbeing over financially-driven development.
Out-of-control runoff kept this Decatur family’s home in constant danger of damaging water. By installing rain gardens and implementing wise water management techniques, we used the tenets of permaculture and regenerative landscaping to protect their property.
With the effects of climate change no longer in question, homeowners should use regenerative landscaping to prepare their property for extreme weather and other expected events. Below, I’ve outlined 4 techniques to help you counteract climate change at home.
How relevant are “zones of use” in a home-scale edible landscape, where the primary goal is not necessarily productivity? But, as we live in a world that values efficiency over all else, I ask, is efficiency truly the goal?
While the entire solution doesn’t lie in our yards, we do have agency in our land stewardship decisions that have a real and lasting impact on reversing global warming.