A bold mission, but is it possible in today’s ever changing world? You bet it is. Since pioneering the practice of ecological restoration in the 1980s, Biohabitats continues to remove the boundaries between conservation biology, restoration ecology and landscape ecology with landscape architecture, civil engineering and urban planning. Our work strives to be more than “sustainable;” it strives to be regenerative. Behind all of our work is an intention to respect Earth’s ecological limit, heal damaged ecological processes and catalyze mutually beneficial relationships among the land and all forms of life.