Your path to
Growing a greener world, together.
Roots Down portfolio transition planning eliminates many of the environmental costs of traditional landscaping by stopping it at its source: maintenance.
1 hour of using a lawnmower produces as much smog as a car driving 300 miles! That's why we show you how to develop all-electric maintenance crews in order to massively reduce the climate footprint of your landscape portfolio.
Lawns in the US use over 3 trillion gallons of water every year! We show you how to steadily convert your plant palette to drought-resistant and native species that require less water to maintain.
Traditional landscaping techniques strip top soil and create erosion and flooding issues. We show you how to rebuild your top soil and reduce flooding without installing costly drainage solutions.
Good for the planet and good for the bottom line.
Making the switch to ecological landscaping practices isn't just good for the planet, it's also good for the pocket book.
Gas, oil, fertilizer, water. All of these things cost money, and inflation is making them even more expensive. We show you how to eliminate most of these inputs, saving you money!
Younger people want more parks, walkability, and outdoor options. Whether you're a city government or an apartment manager, greener landscapes means you'll stand out against the competition.
Eco-landscaping is one of the least expensive but most effective ESG projects available. Instead of spending new money, we show you how to use existing budgets to spark long-term environmental action.
Catalyze change in your community.
Roots Down Property Portfolio Transition Planning turns your landscapes into hubs of community environmental action.
Gas-powered landscaping techniques fill your community with particulates, carcinogens, and noise. We show you how to create a more peaceful and welcoming resident experience.
It's hard to believe in a dream you can't see. Switching to ecological landscaping provides a winning example of community-oriented environmental action that can be emulated and added on to by neighbors.
Turn vacant space into a pocket park. We show you how to turn even the most unloved part of your landscape into unique community assets for people of all ages.