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A Regenerative Landscape is a sustainable system that builds and maintains a high quality landscape without harmful inputs, such as chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. Conventional landscaping methods have many adverse impacts on our environment. They require excessive consumption of fossil fuels and energy, cause pollution of water, air and soils, and create overburdened landfills. The Regenerative Landscape is an integrated, site specific approach which results in vibrant, living landscape ecosystems that contribute to our quality of life, with significantly reduced maintenance, water use, and other costs. MIG is dedicated to promoting the use of environmentally sound landscape practices. Our eco-friendly methods will save you money - in maintenance costs and utility bills.

MIG will work collaboratively with your team to provide comprehensive education and training, policies and procedures, and the design and development of projects that will lead to a more sustainable landscape system. This will produce a healthier environment and help your community save money and precious resources while contributing to the goals of your Climate Action Plan. This holistic approach addresses water use, soil health, biodiversity, habitat and systems evaluation to ensure a sustainable landscape.


Soil:  Balancing the chemical, physical and biological properties.

  • Introduction
  • Organic Soil Fertility Program
  • Soil evaluation
  • Soil management guidelines, policies and specifications
  • Soil regeneration traning

Water: Conserving and improving.

  • Water efficient irrigation design
  • Landscape irrigation audits and surveys
  • Water harvesting technologies
  • Assembly Bill 1881 compliance
  • Landscape water management 
  • Stormwater management

Plants: Comprehensive landscape design.

  • Landscape architecture
  • Bay-Friendly and California friendly low water use landscape design
  • Urban agriculture
  • Urban forestry
  • Habitat restoration
  • Organic turf management
  • Landscape maintenance specifications and guidelines