Our Clients

We serve a variety of clients.

Schools and school districts that want to integrate environmental education and outdoor activity into their state-mandated science, math, English, social studies, and art curricula. For example, we can help:

  • Teachers take advantage of a school garden to cover science, math, language arts, and social studies learning standards.
  • A school district looking to expand outdoor learning opportunities while still covering required subject matter.
  • Parents and students interested in expanding their understanding of environmental issues and what positive actions they can take.

Families and individuals that want to reduce their carbon footprint and environmental impact will receive guidance on simple steps to take to green their homes, inside and out.  For example, we can help:

  • Homeowners and landlords undertaking renovations select earth friendly materials within their budget.  
  • Anyone who cares about protecting the environment and natural resources reduce water consumption, adopt pollution prevention habits, and conserve energy.
  • Parents and children interested in changing their environmental behavior.

Decision makers at a municipality or a company that want to change the way they do business can benefit from our services.  We can help them save money and preserve our shared resources. For example, we can help:

  • A sewer district that needs to dispose of its effluent partner with a golf course that needs to irrigate its putting greens.
  • A company that wants to reduce its water consumption reuse greywater from their sinks to flush toilets.

Community groups that wants to solve a local environmental problem that threatens their shared air, water, or land resources can benefit from our services.  For example, we can help:

  • A town concerned that their drinking water quality might be threatened by a local animal feeding operation's expansion by bringing the local, state, and Federal stakeholders together to find innovative ways to handle the additional animal waste.
  • A community apply for and manage an EPA Technical Assistance Grant (TAG) to help them participate in local Superfund cleanup decision-making.
  • ­A municipality evaluate its overall sustainability, identify ways to save costs and reduce environmental impact and be recognized as a LEED city.