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Communities & Homes
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

ECOLOGICAL DESIGN IN HOMES AND RESIDENTIAL COMPLEXES

In urban areas and small towns we often do not garden for more than ornamentals for lack of space and time. However, people who want to grow and eat organic and also add an aesthetic appeal to their homes and residential areas should look to Permaculture.  Beautiful vertical food gardens, rooftop gardens for fruits, flowers and veggies, backyard model, laundry water /grey water recycling systems, energy conservation solutions, easy home composting can be easily achieved and maintained through our designs and techniques. Our designs for Rural and Urban Communities include participation in maintaining food gardens and edible landscapes in local parks and public areas, community biogas electricity, rain water, waste and water management. We also engage kids and communities to come closer to nature by organizing fun weekend activities, green party themes and community action groups. 

We design uniquely for every home and every residential complex as per its needs and goals. Community participation invokes a culture of onus among the residents who will then devote some time to its maintenance and upkeep which is a great financial benefit for the entire community.
 

 

ECOLOGICAL DESIGN FOR SOCIAL WELFARE IN ORPHANAGES, OLD AGE HOMES, PUBLIC PARKS AND SPACES

The Green House also aims to bring Permaculture design to aid government agencies and welfare organizations to create easy and cost effective resources for food and water. Our designs will be aimed at self reliance so that no extra maintenance is required. 
Some of our designs include:

  • Food forests for seasonal, annual and perennial edibles in orphanages, old age homes, schools with mid day meal programs etc.
  • Design food forests in public parks for homeless shelters.
  • Design for agro-forestry and mine reclamation as per native biodiversity
  • Protection, conservation and propagation of native species.
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