Ask yourself this: How often has a closed mind saved the world?
If the closed minds had their way, the Earth would still be flat. The sun would still circle us on its endlessly human-worshipping loop.
We would look no farther than carbon-based fuels to power our cities, vehicles and inventions.
And – most importantly – pet rocks would never have been invented. Which, we can agree, would have been the biggest crime of all.
Personally, we prefer to live on a scientifically forward-thinking, environmentally sustainable, insanely awesome planet, rife with googly-eyed pebbles.
That’s exactly the mindset we bring to every effort we make to improving the ecology of our urban environments.
Always Moving Forward
Living in the past serves no one, so we don’t do it.
That’s not to say we dismiss the tried-and-true out of hand. Quite the opposite: When we find something that works, we bring that trusted method or technique to our projects with a will.
When something no longer fits the bill, though? When an experiment flops? When a product isn’t cutting it?
We move on to greener pastures (yes, we went there). This ensures both you and Mother Nature get the service you need to grow in the direction you want.
We’re not afraid to push the envelope, you see.
We believe urban ecology is the first line of defense when it comes to combined sewer overflows, urban flooding, pollution and poisoned waterways.
If nothing is done, our cities will not-so-slowly become uninhabitable to more than flora and fauna: they will turn against their creators as well.
Nobody wants that. It’s our responsibility as a people, and more particularly our mandate here at Ecogardens, to ensure our cities grow ever more livable, not less.