We are half-way through our Indiegogo campaign that started Oct. 17th. *OUR NEW GOAL is $5,000 – To Outfit Two Bike Gardeners for the Road* Terra Nova is a low-tech business operating a high-tech funding campaign, and it’s a learning curve (yikes!). Clearly $50k was way too high of a goal. However, we have authentically redefined […]
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Collectively Catalyze the Tread Lightly Movement to Regenerate our Cycling Ecological Landscaping! Hello! my name is Ken Foster, I am a native of Santa Cruz, California, where my parents, Herb and Ellie Foster, were well-known peace and environmental activists. As a long-time organic gardener and landscape designer, and as a permaculture teacher at Cabrillo College, […]
News, special offers and events of interest to our subscribers in a mobile-friendly format. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. ‘Tread Lightly’ Re-Launch Party! Oct. 17th, 2014 6:00 – 9:00pm at the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center 35 Pacific Ave. Santa Cruz Catering by India Joze! Join us for the kick-off party for […]
Terra Nova’s Ken Foster is teaching the Organic Vegetable Gardening class through Cabrillo College Extension.
News, special offers and events of interest to our subscribers in a mobile-friendly format. Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Save the new Date Friday, October 17th 2014 6:00 to 9:00 pm Kick-off party for the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for the ‘Tread Lightly’ service At the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center 35 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz, CA […]
The community is invited to help relaunch Tread Lightly, the pedal-powered landscaping service, with an Indiegogo kickoff party at the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center on Friday October 17th, 2014 6:00 – 9:00 pm. Starting a bicycle-powered landscaping service more than two decades ago, Ken Foster was truly a man ahead of his […]
Grey is the New Green! Terra Nova brings 20+ year history with ecological water projects to bear from green landscaping to greywater.
Back in 1991 Terra Nova installed it’s first graywater system. The Santa Cruz Sentinel published the article below highlighting Terra Nova’s landscapes to resist cold and drought damage. This article was published before the advent of the internet so no online version is available. As drought visits us again we can recall lessons learned from […]