This spring has been a big bloom and boom already!
Only a year and a month have passed since we all shook in our boots as the world tumbled into an unpredictable place. Since then, many changing circumstances have required us to adapt our expectations, go with the flow and become more flexible overall. We see all these challenges as helping us grow to be more nature-like, and better ecological designers.
Thank you for being a core part of this wild journey!
Currently we are stretched a bit beyond our limits, with an incredibly great "problem" - too much demand for ethical earth work! So many word-of-mouth references and local community mentions have brought us more abundance than we can handle in a season.
How exciting to realize this kind of work is truly valued!!
We are committed to a long list of clients and projects we started last year, as well as many exciting new prospects this year, and we want to do it all! But we have to be realistic about our expectations, do a bit better with self care, and continue learning.
We're so grateful for your patience and understanding. Nature does its best work through slow, small changes. Your ongoing support is essential to our survival and sustainability as well.
We're honored to serve you and your land, all in due time, and we look forward to discovering how we can continue growing together.
In gratitude + resilience,
Kendra, Andrea + the LadyBugs
Things to Do This Season
Our mission is to empower you to deepen your relationship with your own space on earth! We put together a few of our favorite DIY resources to explore this spring. Choose your own adventure, get your hands in the soil and have fun!
Stumped on where to start? Need an expert eye on your landscape before you tackle your own projects? The LadyBugs are here to help! We love walking your land with you, observing the ecosystem and creating regenerative designs. Let's connect!
Join us this Saturday, April 24 for a socially distant outdoor gathering! A portion of their ticket sales is being donated to LadyBug EarthCare as a Community Grant to support our earth work. Will you participate? We'd love to see you in person!