When I think of an eco-friendly greenhouse, I think about the plants and animals that live in them, and how they’re being preserved and nurtured.
This year, I wanted to help create an ecohouse that was as sustainable as possible.
To do this, I took inspiration from the best practices of a dozen environmental organizations.
In particular, I looked to the work of the Global Ecological Perspective (GESP), a global network of organizations that share a commitment to protecting and enhancing the health of the planet.
I also thought about the role that our community had in making this a reality, especially as a first-time project.
I wanted a greenhouse that could be an inspiration to anyone in need of a green space and an ecoliving space.
I chose to build a greenhouse at the intersection of sustainable living and greenhouses, and I wanted the project to reflect that.