Our primary goal is good health through good diet, fitness and health (the lack of illness). A large contributor to our over all health is the environment in which we live, work, play and grow our foods in.
As growers (of foods) and those living in a climate with extreme precipitation, we take opportunity to contribute to the over all well being of ourselves and consequently our environment by focusing on two areas: water harvesting and rain gardens. The water we harvest can be used in both our gardens and our homes. Rain gardens further take benefit of the excess of water by harvesting the water for gardens that are often not edible.
While their are many types of extreme weather unique to many places across the nation and globe from California Wild fires to tsunamis and we recognize there are many ways to contribute to the over all health of the environment, these are the climate conditions unique to our area and the means upon which we seek to impact our environment.
We invite you to join us or to make your own contributions. within this page (and within our e-zine) you will find information and resources that will help you harvest your own water, establish and maintain your own water gardens so that you may join us in making a contribution to the environment, your health and the health of your neighbors. As always you are the best part of what we do. Keep sharing and asking questions.
Click the respective titles (water harvesting and rain garden(s) below to learn more.