Make Your Corner of the World a Little Right-er
Start where you are…
Whether the first step is choosing organic land care, sustainable construction and renovation projects, custom environmentally-sound landscapes, or growing your own food.
Choose licensed construction and landscape contractors who can help you tackle everything from small projects you just don’t have the bandwidth to do yourself to whole-house upgrades.
Organic Land Care
Careful, conscientious, organic land care. Look for someone who hand-weeds and prunes, always keeps you informed. Organic land care practitioners use best practices for your family and the environment, like no synthetic chemicals
Designers can help you plan and plant your entire landscape, or just one piece, and installers can do the whole project in a way that’s healthy for you and for the environment.
Grow Food in Your Yard
Your landscape can be an edible oasis and a healthy backyard habitat. In Portland we have a fantastic climate for growing veggies & fruits. There are options for an occasional helping hand or having a full-service project partner.
People all over Portland and Southwest Washington feel more connected to their surroundings due to our construction, edible gardening, and landscape projects. We’re not taking new clients at this time, but we’re proud of what we’ve done.
- Raised bed bump-up Karen Wolfgang
Raised bed bump-up
- Outdoor space overhaul Joseph Krahn
Outdoor space overhaul
- Inspiring learning landscape Joseph Krahn
Inspiring learning landscape
- Settling into new home Joseph Krahn
Settling into new home
- Back yard makeover Joseph Krahn
Back yard makeover
- Front yard lawn to garden Joseph Krahn
Front yard lawn to garden
- Intergenerational garden Joseph Krahn
- Outdoor teaching area and garden expansion Joseph Krahn
Outdoor teaching area and garden expansion
It is our mission to help people create better relationships with their natural and built environments. Not that many generations ago, these relationships were vibrant and strong. In the busyness of modern life, though, for many of us that connection feels like a distant memory. And yet there are many ways to reestablish it: to reclaim our uniquely human roles as stewards, healers, and storytellers. All we have to do is start where we are.