THE FULL STORY
We are partnering with regenerative farms to develop the world's most advanced virtual farm tours. We use 3D models and 360° virtual walkthroughs to create a unique, immersive learning experience. Our mission is to make farm tours more accessible to students, farmers, and families.
HOW IT ALL
Andrew served in the Marines as an Airframe Mechanic working in support of President Obama. After leaving the military to start a new career, Andrew returned to the Northwest to study permaculture and ecological design. It was then that we both began working in organic farming, plant nursery management, acquired Permaculture Design Certificates from Alderleaf Wilderness College, and obtained degrees in landscape design from Edmonds College. While in college, we formed our landscape design business, Redtail Edge Design; Andrew became a Certified Professional Horticulturist and soon after started teaching Permaculture Design at Edmonds College.
We are both passionate about designing spaces that rejuvenate and heal ecosystems, creating an immersive regenerative agriculture education experience, and connecting our community with innovative farmers.
WE ARE CO-CREATORS OF
VIRTUAL FARM TOURS
In 2020, Andrew taught an Intro to Permaculture class at Edmonds College. When everything shifted to being solely online, it became evident that there was a need for a more immersive online farm learning experience. Educators cannot always take their students on field trips to see these farms, farmers have limited time, and many locations are not accessible for all levels of mobility. Our goal is to connect educators and students to their local farmers and learn from innovative farmers worldwide.
& LANDSCAPE DESIGNERS
We use the permaculture ethics, principles, and design process to guide our work. Our years of studying, designing, and teaching have given us a foundation of knowledge we use to help our clients achieve their goals. Our team works on any property of any size. We specialize in designing wildlife habitats, edible landscapes, sustainable homesteads, and regenerative farms.