A passion for beautiful natural environments and concern over our changing climate brought Dana to study Landscape Design. Her mission is to create spaces where clients and nature thrive together through the use of sustainable practices and consideration of local fauna and flora. Dana has collaborated on multiple water wise garden projects in cooperation with Municipal Water District of Orange County, Wyland Foundation and others.
Through landscape design, she encourages people to interact and feel at home and connected with their environments. Her background includes marketing & graphic design, book publishing, various artistic media, as well as continuing exploration in the fields of permaculture, regenerative landscape design and horticulture. She is most inspired by the natural world where she enjoys spending time biking, hiking & swimming, as well as growing lots of edible and interesting plants at the farm where she volunteers and in her home garden.
Farah believes strongly in sustainable regenerative landscaping and aims to create nurturing spaces for people, without destroying native habitats or putting undue pressure on precious resources. Her designs are inspired by colors, form and nature. She approaches projects, with an open mind, and with the intent to design spaces that are sustainable, ecologically sound, functional and beautiful. In her spare time she is a ceramic artist, volunteers at a farm, and works on her own backyard permaculture mini-farm.