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Green Landscaping

Sanctuary Land Design

Los Gatos CA – Service area: 50 miles

As a designer, my role is to be both a steward of the land and an advocate for my client's needs. I design low impact, drought tolerant landscapes, with an interest in our local resources (water, air and soil health). My landscapes are colorful and functional, created with imagination and heart, places of sanctuary for both the soul and for the local residents we share the land with- beneficial bees, birds, animals and insects. I've been designing landscapes professionally since 1999.

I've

Stone and Garden

Hancock NY – Service area: 50 miles

Founded in 1997, Stone and Garden has installed more than 100 gardens/patios in Brooklyn and Manhattan. We also serve the Delaware River and Catskills bioregions. Natural stone is our specialty and we consult, design, install and provide it! We will install plantings and prefer to work with edible foods, water harvesting, composting systems and food forest gardening, herb spirals.

In 2004 we included permaculture design in our services. I am a qualified permaculture teacher and run the Hancock

The Garden Route Company

San Francisco CA – Service area: 50 miles

We are a landscape design/build firm specializing in custom residential & estate planning, landscape architecture, consulting and construction. Our projects included small back yards in San Francisco to large rural estates, organic vinyards & wetlands around the Bay Area. Our typical project includes sustainable building materials, native plant species ad ecological restoration.

We have completed numerous "green" projects throughout the Bay Area. We received the 2004 SFBA Sustainable Landscaping

Thread Collective

Brooklyn NY – Service area: 50 miles

Thread Collective is a multi-disciplinary design firm based in New York, whose projects include landscape and temporary installations, and architecture. Elliott Maltby has a degree in landscape architecture with extensive experience in public art; Mark Mancuso and Gita Nandan have degrees in architecture. Thread Collective is committed to exploring the seams between building, art and landscape, not only as disciplinary boundaries to be blurred, but as spatial edges, rich with design opportunity.