Transition to a New Kind of Wellness®

Nature Specialties

Ecological Restoration

Ecological Restoration aims to recreate, initiate, or accelerate the recovery of an ecosystem that has been disturbed. Disturbances are environmental changes that alter ecosystem structure and function. Common disturbances include logging, damming rivers, intense grazing, hurricanes, floods, and fires.

Native Plants

A plant is considered native if it has occurred naturally in a particular region, ecosystem, or habitat without human introduction.

Container Gardening

Container gardening is a fantastic way to grow vegetables, especially when you lack yard space! If you have a small gardening area or only have access to a patio, balcony, driveway, or rooftop.


Electroculture is the an ancient practice of increasing yields utilizing certain materials to harvest the earth’s atmospheric energy. This energy is always present and all around us also known as Chi, Prana, Life force, and Aether.


Foraging is the act of searching, identifying and collecting food resources in the wild. Those include a wide range of plants, mushrooms, herbs and fruits growing around us uncultivated.

Soil Restoration

The process of soil restoration is an ecological restoration procedure that creates new soil and regenerates degraded soils by improving the structure, increasing microbial life, retaining more carbon than is depleted to regulate carbon levels and maintain proper water and nutrient cycling.


Hemp is a non-psychoactive cousin to marijuana and it’s in the same cannabis plant family. Its fibers can be used for food, clothing, and even building materials. It is a sustainable, natural solution to many of the needs of humanity.


Recycling is the process of converting waste materials into new materials and objects. The recovery of energy from waste materials is often included in this concept.

Heirloom Seeds

While the term “heirloom” is often associated with tomatoes, the word may also be applied to any open-pollinated fruits, vegetables, and flowers that were introduced at least 50 years ago. Open-pollination occurs when bees and other natural pollinators fertilize the plants.


Permaculture integrates land, resources, people, and the environment through mutually beneficial synergies, imitating the no waste, closed-loop systems seen in diverse natural systems.