Salt-Tolerant Coastal Residential Garden

Salt-Tolerant Coastal Residential Garden

Salt-tolerant natives are a welcome addition to any coastal garden, and are a must for a year-round healthy garden. This beachside residence in South Dartmouth utilized salt-tolerant natives to blend their residential garden into the preexisting coastal grasses. This...
Project Highlight – Possibilities for an Entirely Edible Garden

Project Highlight – Possibilities for an Entirely Edible Garden

Edible Gardens come in all shapes and sizes. This beautiful Acton landscape has orchards and vegetables in raised beds, but also has herbs as ground cover and path boundaries around the bluestone paths, fruit trees as privacy barriers around the cedar pergola, and a field of corn to hide the compost bin.

Blessing the Bay Park Public Meeting

Blessing the Bay Park Public Meeting

After months collecting ideas and input on what people want to see in this waterfront park, we’ll be sharing initial design concepts at the next public meeting. Check out the future vision of the park, hang out with neighbors and eat pizza! What:   Blessing of...
Kate speaking at Harvard: Landscapes for Pollinators with GSDBees- 3/20/18 at 7pm

Kate speaking at Harvard: Landscapes for Pollinators with GSDBees- 3/20/18 at 7pm

Kate Kennen from Offshoots will speak about pollination promotion and working to reconnect native ecologies followed by BeeCo, a project led by Nic Hogan and Max Vanatta, MDes ‘18, aiming to allow anybody to raise bees currently focusing on the development of a modular, climate-controlled hive that improves the survival rates of honeybee colonies

Wine + Food will be provided, and we’ll have a discussion after their presentations on applications for design and urban ecology through urban bee populations.

TUESDAY 3.20.18 at 7pm- Harvard Gund Hall, Room 111