care for the earth

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The benefits of creating food forests, edible landscapes and pollinator gardens are invaluable to our long term sustainability, yielding organic food, as well as habitat & food for wildlife. These food spaces providing refuge to wildlife through the deliberate building of biodiverse ecosystems.

Food Forestry uses biomimicry, a regenerative and restorative solution to agroecology that imitates nature. Mimicking natural systems of a forest, decreases our maintenance inputs.

Food Forests 

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A Food Forest is an ancient tradition of mimicking (biomimicry) a woodland ecosystem, incorporating fruits trees, nut trees, berries, herbs, perennial food and annual food. Utilizing biomimcry we create low maintenance food production systems.

 

BENEFITS

(1) feed yourself

(2) create inclusive ecological spaces 

(3) restore and regenerate the landscape

We beautify spaces with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes, perennial food, annual veg, edible plants, medicinal plants pollinator plants, etc.

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Foodscaping

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Designing or Transitioning lawns and flower beds into edible gardens.

Utilizing permaculture principles such as.using resources on your property for a minimum of 3 functions;

BENEFITS

(1) feed yourself

(2) create inclusive ecological spaces 

(3) restore and regenerate the landscape

 

We beautify spaces with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes, perennial food, annual veg, edible plants, medicinal plants pollinator plants, etc..

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Pollinator Gardens

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Seed Ball Workshops & Festivals

Designing or Transitioning lawns and flower beds into pollinator gardens.

 

BENEFITS

(1) provide food and habitat for pollinators species

(2) create inclusive ecological spaces 

(3) restore and regenerate the landscape

 

We beautify spaces with medicinal plants for pollinators and an abundance of pollinator specific plant species.

 

 

 

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Yay mud play!

workplace, schools, community gatherings and festivals

learn why we don't call soil dirt, seeds/seed saving and  help pollinators.

 

BENEFITS

(1) providing food and habitat

(2) create inclusive ecological spaces 

(3) restore and regenerate the landscape

       Join GRFF Pollinator Trails Map

       action towards our ecological health

by placing seed balls in your neighborhood. 

Beautify spaces with native plants for pollinator species.

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Speaker Presentations

Permaculture -  A Quiet Revolution

Gardeners to Guardians

Restorative and Regenerative Agroecological Placemaking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"The Value of one, the Power of Many"
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