We practice stewardship by creating gardens and landscapes that enrich communities. Each installation benefits the surrounding community directly, people as well as the natural world. These projects are made possible entirely with funds donated and labor volunteered by the community it benefits. Local Harmony orchestrates these projects at all phases: identifying sites and gaining permission, design, procuring materials, organizing volunteers, and raising funds.
Our regeneration projects use a grassroots, community-funded approach. After identifying areas in need of regeneration, we collaborate with landowners and volunteers, preparing the landscape and procuring, then sowing native seeds and installing plants. This is a way of quickly and inexpensively putting stewardship into action for the direct benefit of ecosystems and their inhabitants.
We are initially focusing on bringing pollinator plants to underutilized landscapes as well as repopulating at-risk, native, medicinal plant species in their original habitats.