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When it comes to making a good living on a living planet, there’s no job too small. Whether you choose to build with salvaged materials or farm regeneratively—the change adds up.

Good People. Hard Work.


We honor the dignity and purpose discovered through hard work done right.

Ty Long spreads mulch in between the rows to keep the soil in place at White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, Georgia. After Hurricane Michael downed thousands of trees on the farm in October 2018, they invested in a woodchipper to turn those trees into mulch, which provides high-quality nutrients to the plants.
Julie Ellison
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