Edible Earth Designs has a mission - we're here to improve local food security and ecological resilience through thoughtful, creative, and brilliantly executed landscapes and gardens. We approach our work with the three main principles found in permaculture: care for the earth, care for people, and fair share - the last of which is understood as a return of the surplus back to the first two. We aspire to do well for our clients and employees, our environment, and our future, and we approach the design, installation and maintenance of our gardens with those ethics in mind.
We draw inspiration from the ethics and teachings of permaculture designers like David Mollison, Toby Hemenway, Star Hawk, David Holmgren, Jenny Pell, and Geoff Lawton, and most indigenous cultures around the world since time immemorial. The permaculture approach is as obsessed with process as it is with goals; thoughtful design planning and ongoing engagement through meaningful garden visits is essential to our success. Plants grow, soils change, and a system matures and evolves - we think it should look good and provide tasty calories, too.
The culmination (or iteration) of our work is, at the end of the day, a collaboration between client, site, and designer. It requires listening to our clients, reading the site, and applying knowledge of a broad range of studies holistically and creatively.
We are here to provide landscaping services and solutions to all your garden needs.
We have fun growing a lot of tasty, nutritious, delicious food and sharing our knowledge with you.
And we look forward to meeting you! Get in touch today