Washington DC Mall Project
Advancing Organic Biology for a Sustainable Future
The Washington Mall has some of the highest foot traffic in D.C. It regularly hosts events that tens of thousands of people attend. This creates a host of problems relating to compaction, and overuse of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides. Todd created a Biological Plan for Washington Mall park so that the groundskeepers could keep the grass healthy year-round without toxic chemicals.
Washington DC Mall
Shown below: Soil testing and Collaborating with the national park service at the mall prior to the commencement of the project.
Shown below: The commencement of the project in its progression, and the first application is an integral step to ensure that the requisite conditions are met for successful implementation.
Within the short time span of only six (6) months, we were able to transform this landscape into what you see today, by utilizing all-natural methods.
"Chemicals are a quick fix, but regenerative practices create lasting change." T. Harrington