Since ChangeHampton began we have promoted restorative landscaping which means replacing ecologically toxic and dead turf lawns with native plants—whose root systems clean toxins in the soil—and native pollinator trees, shrubs and plants that welcome birds, insects and wild-life. In other words we promote the creation of a bio-diverse, sustainable and resilient habitat.
"This is not an aesthetic or cultural preference, preferring parks to malls, for example. This is about understanding that our natural systems are at a tipping point, that every isolated decision is, in fact, a ... Read More
It's that time of year to talk to your Landscaper about your Eco-Anxiety Edwina von Gal in her garden at Marshouse, East Hampton, NY; Photo: Susan Griffen It's that time of year when those of ... Read More
ChangeHampton is part of a movement addressing the crisis we are facing in climate change, bio-diverse habitat loss, species collapse and our poisoned waters. We see the solutions all related—to how we see ourselves in ... Read More