Sustainable Landscape Systems

What are Sustainable Landscape Systems?

By integrating organics, sound ecological landscape practices and adaptive management techniques we are on our way to create, build and maintain sustainable landscape systems. We can work together to develop a program for producing a healthier living landscape environment.

Let’s appreciate, love and embrace our beautiful natural world, hope and believe in a better tomorrow for our children and our children’s children.

Sustainable Development Definition:
Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

  • Clean water, clean soil
  • Best management practices
  • Limiting negative human impact factors
  • Screening for windbreaks, landscaping for regulating heating and cooling
  • Heat islands for sequestering carbon and producing oxygen
  • Reducing compaction
  • Soil biology and composting
  • Edible landscapes and organics
  • Indoor plants and water features for air purification
  • Components of sustainable landscape plans
  • Flow paths and rain water harvesting
  • Point source pollution
  • Backyard paradise, a model for conservation
  • Xeriscape design and practices
  • Passive irrigation
  • Gravel/stone/boulder landscape/mulch
  • Rip rap boulder retaining features
  • Faux, stream bed
  • Bio retention construction
  • Recycling rain water
  • Vegetative solutions
  • Rain garden design and construction
  • Landscaping for wildlife habitats
  • Restoring the balance of nature
  • Enjoy life