Foglight Farms is a regenerative agriculture project located in Hillsboro, Oregon. This design supports a biodiverse, highly productive and resilient landscape through effective strategies such as agroforestry, water harvesting, ecosystem restoration and more.
This family wanted to transform their ornamental yard into a edible landscape where their kids could pick berries and enjoy fresh nutritious meals. Adding functionality without sacrificing beauty, this new landscape is full of greens, berries, flowers and birds for all to enjoy.
The Beforest organization uses collectively owned land to create sustainable, permaculture based food forests that are food, water and power secure.
These residents are working on regenerating their riverside spot on the Black Warrior River in Tuscaloosa.
Nestled into a quiet neighborhood outside of Seattle, the residents on this woodland ¼ acre dreamt of a self-sustaining food producing sanctuary that supports their health, feeds local wildlife and provides resilience and security in the face of uncertainty.
THE SHORT HOMESTEAD
The Short Homestead is a 5-acre residence in the humid subtropical climate of Jacksonville Florida. The residents envision a productive, low-maintenance property which provides abundant edible yields while allowing them to maintain a consistent travel schedule. To meet this goal we designed a perennial agroforestry system. Within each tree guild are perennial food options as well as shrubs and herbaceous plants which promote sustained fertility for years to come.