Earth First Gardens don’t just look beautiful, they also have a positive impact on the planet.
Gardens can play a critical role in decreasing our carbon foot print, and help to restore our local environments.
Helping the Environment
Support Local Wildlife
From toads to local pollinators, each insect and animal plays a critical role in our environment. We want to help you create natural habitats where local wildlife can flourish, and protect them for generations to come.
Urban gardens can provide sanctuary from busy city life, bring neighbors together, increase the safety and overall value of a neighborhood. Most importantly, gardens create a cooling effect in hot, concrete-filled cities working directly against global warming.
We work with clients to create environmentally friendly containers and gardens that support and attract hummingbirds, butterflies and other pollinators.
Our Local Impact
When we work with our clients, one of our main objectives is to increase their understanding, knowledge, connection and awareness of the environment. We believe that through these efforts, we can increase community involvement and help stop global warming.
- Decrease flooding, watershed, and erosion of properties.
- Decrease amounts of invasive species & educate property owners about invasive species.
- Increase the number of local native plants.
- Increase habitats and natural areas available for animals, birds, and pollinators.
We believe healthy gardens, and environments start with healthy soil! Beyond providing a healthy home for our flowers, trees, and vegetables to grow, healthy soil can have a cooling effect, working against global warming, and helping to reduce erosion and flooding!
It’s all about the soil!
Healthy gardens start with healthy soil! Beyond providing a home for our flowers, trees, and vegetables to grow, healthy soil can have a cooling effect, working against global warming, and helping to reduce flooding on your property!
We practice organic gardening methods and assist people in practicing gardening techniques that are good for the environment by avoiding chemical treatments and integrating pest management systems.