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Native Ecoscape Portfolio

Large Rural Ecological Landscape Transformation in Boring, Oregon

We completely transformed this 2-acre rural property from a giant life-less lawn to a native ecosystem of meadows and pond. See the before and after photos below: Another before picture of the back of the property: The rest of the photos below are what we installed:

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Rain Gardens – Purify Rivers and Reduce Water Bill in Portland, Oregon

Rain garden is one of our favorite ecological landscapes. It’s essentially a large dent in the soil of a landscape. It can contain native plants that grow in wetter soil. It can also contain gravels, stones, sand, and other pervious materials. The goal of a rain garden is to collect as much rain water as

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Native Ecoscape Installation & Maintenance at Sabin CDC, a Portland Nonprofit

As a value driven company, serving community causes is a built into the framework of SymbiOp. One Friday a month, our garden shop donates 10% of sales to a local nonprofit, such as the Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA) and Afro Village PDX, and on July 29th we will be supporting Wild Diversity.

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Pre-2020 Showcase #5: Edible Cul-de-sac Islands with an Herb Spiral

This project was for a newly-wed couple with a baby on the way. They were tired of the cookie cutter landscape that are often in new housing developments. Nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac, the landscape features a unique herb spiral bursting out the seams with perennial vegetables, berries, and beneficial plants and habitat for insects,

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Pre-2020 Showcase #4: Edible Herbal Front Yard with a Raspberry Arbor Fence

This was a native front yard renovation for a client who was an herbalist and had a young family. It required a deep weeding of invasive Italian Arum and blackberries, sheet mulching, and planting of native woodland species. There are edible and medicinal species for their family to use as well as a pathway made

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