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What Are Conservation-Based Design/Build Practices?

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Conservation-Based Design/Build Practices, a term coined by Wildlife at Home, describes a way of designing and building structures that are in balance with the natural world rather than competing with it. At it’s core, these practices exist to empower the wellbeing of wildlife, and to care for their homes just as much as ours.

They also have the power to reconnect us with the natural world. These practices spark a mindset that recognizes the power of our choices and their ripple effect on the surrounding ecosystem as well as across the globe. We can’t get more connected than that!

These practices aim to preserve and protect the environment by minimizing negative environmental impacts, and by maximizing the potential benefits of the natural world. They are the embodiment of responsible construction, where the well-being of the environment and its inhabitants are properly respected and prioritized.

Ultimately, the goal of conservation-based design/build practices is to create a sustainable future where wildlife and humans can coexist in harmony. When you adopt conservation-based design/build practices, you’re not just building a house; you’re creating a sanctuary for yourself, your family, and the creatures that share this planet with us.

With every building we create, we are shaping the environment and impacting the delicate balance of ecosystems that we are a part of. You have the opportunity to make it a positive one.

Remember: If we are mindful – we are helpful.

What Are Conservation-Based Design/Build Practices?

Autumn fall colors

Conservation-Based Design/Build Practices, a term coined by Wildlife at Home, describes a way of designing and building structures that are in balance with the natural world rather than competing with it. At it’s core, these practices exist to empower the wellbeing of wildlife, and to care for their homes just as much as ours.

They also have the power to reconnect us with the natural world. These practices spark a mindset that recognizes the power of our choices and their ripple effect on the surrounding ecosystem as well as across the globe. We can’t get more connected than that!

Conservation-based design/build practices aim to preserve and protect the environment by minimizing negative environmental impacts, and by maximizing the potential benefits of the natural world. They are the embodiment of responsible construction, where the well-being of the environment and its inhabitants are properly respected and prioritized.

Ultimately, the goal of conservation-based design/build practices is to create a sustainable future where wildlife and humans can coexist in harmony. When you adopt conservation-based design/build practices, you’re not just building a house; you’re creating a sanctuary for yourself, your family, and the creatures that share this planet with us.

With every building we create, we are shaping the environment and impacting the delicate balance of ecosystems that we are a part of. You have the opportunity to make it a positive one.

Remember: If we are mindful – we are helpful.