In unceded Abenaki Territory, we are a local, ecological resilience service which through research, education and earthworks supports farmers, businesses, residents and land tenders of all kinds to: interweave nutrient cycles, incorporate watershed friendly practices, facilitate interspecies collaboration and increase trophic synchronicity while nurturing First Nation rematriation and equity in all forms.
* Pollinator, Edible, Medicinal Gardens * Hugelcultures * Fungal Inoculation* Rain Gardens* Mycoremediation & Phytoremediation Research * Workshops * Classes * Mentoring * Consulting * Design* Installation
We research, educate and tend earth to help you:
- C0-create a Regenerative Land Plan for where you live or work
- Facilitate Soil health through strengthening Nutrient exchange networks
- Increase Pollinator, Edible, & Medicinal Habitat
- Initiate Watershed Friendly Design
- Nurture trophic health through Fungal Cultivation and Inoculation
- Rejuvenate degraded landscapes to Flourishing Ecosystems
- Remediate toxins in or around your home, business, or farm
- Gather statistically sound data on remediation practices
- Increase ecological literacy in your community
- Grow ecological restoration/reconciliation jobs, skills, workforce
Long Term Vision:
To implement city/town/state wide/bioregional restoration practices such as: rain gardens & riparian buffers of native-mycorrhizal pollinator polycultures in gardens & corridors with accompanying mycofiltrating/phytoremediating practices at the edges of: rivers, point & nonpoint source pollution sites, farms, & industrial areas for water quality health. These portals facilitate Original Peoples' rematriation and empower all marginalized groups in their inherent birthright to land access and earth partnership .
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