Seems a simple enough question….. doesn’t it?
Author Archives: Alexia Landscape Architect; Re-Ecology Land Design
Watch “Jim Channon Biostructure” on YouTube
Quick video about community planning.
Watch “Jim Channon First Earth Battalion Commander Voyage to 2012” on YouTube
Be unlimited in your imagination, and infinite in possibilities, and the future we create together will be welcomed and amazing.
Birds! Flyways and storymap, Chicago Area
Your landscape can support bird habitat along one of the world’s most important flyways
The VIRTUAL impact conference 2020, by ILCA – happening now!
You can still register and attend the VIRTUAL IMPACT CONFERENCE presented by the Illinois Landscape Contractors Association. Registration is open, and the live event is Friday, 10/23/2020, and not to be missed! Great information sharing happening, including continuing education opportunities and live sessions. Here is a link to the conference website. Please join us! ThisContinue reading “The VIRTUAL impact conference 2020, by ILCA – happening now!”
I leave it to Next City today . They have published a fun Field Guide to Fences….
Sometimes people asked why I started my own company…. many reasons Mostly because I love designing, creating, and managing/stewarding the landscapes we impact, build on, and create. I also found myself on design teams for great landscapes, and some that could have been great, but for the forces of how we manage and steward ourContinue reading ““sustainability””
First installation of 2020!
The first installation of 2020 is in the ground and ready for Spring!
wildness by design
wildness by design…. ready for yours?
A Look at Summer Abundance, on a Winter’s Afternoon with West Cook Wild Ones and Friends!
I had fun sharing my experiences, observations, and strategies for “re-ecologizing” with Wild Ones, West Cook this past weekend…. Here are a few snippets from the presentation I gave. I discussed plant community-based design, and native-plant-community based design and installation and stewardship gardening, and touched on soil health and, of course, monarchs. Check out theirContinue reading “A Look at Summer Abundance, on a Winter’s Afternoon with West Cook Wild Ones and Friends!”