The ReGen team collectively draws on decades of experience when creating regenerative landscapes. Our goal is to implement designs that increase soil carbon, wildlife habitat, biodiversity, productivity, resilience, and overall ecosystem health. Our team members come from diverse areas of expertise, and we share a passion for creating projects that exceed our client's expectations, are beautiful, and contribute to the health of people and the planet.
What can we build with you?
When we capture the beautiful, pure, free rainwater that falls from the sky and keep it on site we can direct that bounty from our roofs and hardscape surfaces into tanks and rainwater infiltrating earthworks in the garden. By leveraging this water collected in our own watersheds, we can easily double or triple the volume that parts of a landscape might naturally receive from overhead in a given rain year. Rather than lose that water to a storm drain that eventually leads to the ocean, by detaining and infiltrating as much water as possible we can insure deep nourishing moisture for the landscape, recharge of local groundwater, and even replenishment of deeper aquifers that are so important to common good of our community.
Greywater is the wastewater produced by sinks, showers, and laundry machines. By diverting this perfectly good, lightly used water from the septic sewer system, we can send it into the garden to nourish plants and help build nutrient rich, biologically active soil. To let it go down the drain would truly be a waste!
12 to 50 Gallons per Laundry load
8 to 12 gallons per shower
30 to 50 gallons per bath
WaterWise, Native and Edible Gardens
The ReGen team uses a variety of strategies in building climate appropriate, regenerative landscapes that integrate edible plants where possible. Most often this is achieved by emphasizing the use of native and Mediterranean plants in areas fed by rainwater, and edible plants in areas supplemented by Greywater.
We provide silt fence installation, tree barriers, trenching, & other erosion control services.
We apply our knowledge of local ecology and skills, tools, and techniques to accurately meet the project requirements.