We have the idea to create one to two acre high yielding, carbon capturing farm plots integrated into the developing suburbs. We go about this by shaping the land to catch water, building the soil by protecting it and adding organic matter, and creating integrated systems of plants and animals that work together.

On our land we wish to be a nursery and demonstration center for farmers to get a diverse array of seeds and ideas. Right now we are still collecting and growing a diversity of plants to use for seed.

When we think about designing a system we need to consider food, fiber, medicine, fertilizer.

Food needs to cover the basic groups of fats, protein, starches, vitamins, and minerals.

Fiber is useful in building, carrying, and a number of creative uses.

Medicine is both for humans and the garden. Mixing in plants with many volatile compounds like herbs make for natural insect repellent.

Fertilizer comes from a mix of plants pruned for mulch as well as nitrogen fixers and deep or wide rooted plants.


Eco-building  involves using local available materials, design for efficiency, analyzing resources such as wind, rain, sun, and topography.

Examples of work:

This kitchen set is carved out of albizia I cut down clearing my land.

I designed, built, and painted this tiny house in 2 weeks.

This is a wall I built using all recycled materials.

Coconut Goddess
This garage is 12×20. The structure is made of bamboo and guava (an invasive species), recycled chicken wire, recycled roofing plastic, and an old tarp. Cost $30 for the rope.

Contact for custom building and carving.