Denis Martin of Oregon says – This is what my favorite place will look like if I have anything to say about it.
Dr. Audrey Trotti, a specialist in Conservation, Historic Railway Stations and Transit-Oriented Developments, enjoys a late afternoon working in her front vegetable and herb garden of her 1905 bungalow in Montrose, Houston, TX. The house is being restored, with historic and recycled materials, along with green products, such as rain barrels to utilizes the rain water for her edible garden. Audrey’s exciting new venture brings together an amazing group of forward-thinking people, who are collaborating to create Watershed Market, a Green, Local, Adaptive, Sustainable, Innovative, Reuse (GLASIR) market to central Houston, coming Spring 2014.
Award-winning eco-songstress Lis Addison.