To create a convenient free directory for locally made and grown products in Canada.
What makes this organization sustainable?
Its goal is to help consumers conveniently find locally grown and made products thus reducing carbon emissions that are linked to transportation of products across Canada or from overseas. We also have a unique tab that identifies products that have an environmentalist benefit such as reusable, natural, or zero waste.
My focus is to Grow happy, healthy food and connect people to what they eat.
I strive to keep balance on my farm. We do not spray, chemically fertilize or trap for issues that arise. We find where the balance is lost and naturally correct it so that nature can work as it should.
To support families as they strive to feed their families by growing their own food and living a sustainable lifestyle. To provide families with healthy, pastured meats.
We operate on an off-grid homestead where we apply permaculture principles to all that we do.
Sustainability Consulting and landscape design.
Earth Legacy provides:
On-site consultations which will save you time and money!
Full landscape design services as well as complete installations of landscape projects.
Do it yourself guidance and project management. We can help you to create your own design or build your landscape. Our experience and expertise will ensure a successful completion and avoid costly mistakes.
Talks and workshops tailored to your needs.
The founder of Earth Legacy Inc. Arinna Grittani, is dedicated to saving the planet and has chosen the field of landscaping and permaculture as her way of making a difference. She has been in the landscaping field since 2002 and has completed the Landscape Architectural Technology diploma program at NAIT. She has completed a PDC in Mexico with Andrew Jones and Penny Livingston, and another in Edmonton with Ron Berezan and Javan Bernakevitch. She also has extensive knowledge of sustainable systems and technology and has connections to experts in these fields.
The Earth Legacy team has other very talented designers from the NAIT program as well as a PhD biologist and organic gardener with over 30 years’ experience.
To provide fresh organic produce for members, and for those in need, and to teach and share gardening best practices with the community.
We accept members from anywhere in the city. There are no individual plots parcelled out to members, instead we, as a collaborative community farm, plant, tend, harvest and share our crops as one community and on a larger scale than most community gardens. We grow organic seeds (where possible), cultivate and save heirloom varieties, and do not use herbicides or pesticides, and we plant wildflower patches for pollinators. We donate half of our produce to local food charities for people in need. As a working group of APIRG, we operate with support from the University of Alberta Faculty of Agriculture, Life and Environmental Sciences and the City of Edmonton. As such, we have a teaching and sharing component to our operations, and we enjoy bringing in student workgroups and organizational groups to participate and learn.
Regenerative Solutions to Design, Build and Maintain Sustainable Human Habitats.