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Part 2 of Eco-Patch article published

Part 2 of our article on the Eco-Patch is now available on Pacific Horticulture. Check it out! We are also excited to announce there will be a mini-documentary about the Eco-Patch as the first installment of Pacific Horticulture’s new ‘Landscapes […]

Article published with Pacific Horticulture

Excited to share a two-part article in Pacific Horticulture written by Field Collective co-founders Alexandra Harker and Nicki Copley, titled The Potrero Hill Eco-Patch: Part 1 of 2. An experimental framework for designing and gardening with native plants Part one talks about the importance of […]

Burnt leaf AR art project published

Over the summer and early fall, Alex became aware of the disturbing phenomenon of leaves, burnt by wildfires, falling from the sky miles away from where they originated. Burnt leaves were falling into people’s backyards, physically connecting them to fires […]

The patch is growing! Goodbye pink flags

The plants of the Potrero Hill Eco-Patch have been growing steadily since they were planted during November and December, but over the last few weeks they have really taken off with a brilliant show of flowers and textures. A beautiful […]

The Eco-Patch is in the news

We are excited to share the article about the Eco-Patch written by Rebekah Moan in The Potrero View. Check it out here. Thanks Rebekah for taking the time to learn about the project and sharing it with the readership of […]