With the amount of time we’ve all had to spend at home the past two years, it’s no surprise that folks have turned their focus towards home improvement projects.
As more and more folks turn towards regenerative practices throughout their lifestyle choices, permaculture-based landscape management is finding its way into an increasing number of neighborhoods with homeowners associations (HOAs).
In an upscale North Atlanta neighborhood, Elizabeth Warland, a former tech startup professional, is on a years-long mission to rewild her property, create habitat and grow food and medicine for her family.
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.