In addition to designing, installing and maintaining gardens, we have a passion for sharing what we know about plants, soil, and ecosystems as they relate to the interconnected social and economic systems that impact our daily lives.
Some of our favorite projects include elements of garden-coaching, educational demonstration gardens, and facilitating skill-shares and trainings. Restoring Roots has organized seed exchanges, community building workshops, neighborhood work parties, and youth programs that explore all components of land design, installation and care.
Some of the groups we have worked with include The Boston Project Ministries, Sustainability Guild International, Watertown Gardens, domestic violence centers, Alternatives for Community and Environment, and Land’s Sake Farm.
We are happy to collaborate with you on educational programming that suit your needs.
Ask us about any of these services, we would love to tell you more!