Urban Orchard

Turn your yard into a mini orchard with greywater.

Our project managers will help you identify and direct all your greywater sources—laundry machines, bathroom sinks, showers, and kitchen sinks (dark greywater)—and recommend the best systems and planting plan to irrigate your orchard.

We will coordinate with your plumber to stubout the greywater sources. We install simple gravity-fed branched-drain; laundry-to-landscape (L2L); and kitchen resource drain systems.

Our systems are no hassle, low-maintenance, and meet ADEQ’s permit requirements. Greywater systems can be easily integrated with Rain Tanks to provide an additional water source for irrigation and help prevent mineral build-up, or take your project one step further and plant a Sonoran Food Forest!

Begin your landscape transformation today. Request our design and project manager services here.

Home Design Staff

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Nichole Casebeer
Nichole Casebeer
Project Designer

Born in Phoenix, Nichole attended Montana State University Bozeman where she received two bachelor’s degrees in architecture and international relations. Nichole received her Master’s in Landscape Architecture at the U of A with an emphasis on development practice and environmental planning. Nichole’s work and interests focus on participatory design, urban ecology, and the impacts and benefits of green infrastructure for social welfare in the broader urban fabric. Nichole’s specializations include site-scale rainwater harvesting design, as well as neighborhood-scale green infrastructure planning, design and implementation.

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Lincoln Perino
Lincoln Perino
Senior Green Infrastructure Specialist

Lincoln Perino specializes in implementing landscape projects to manage water from roofs, through the neighborhoods and into our streams. He has over 10 years of experience implementing rainwater harvesting in the urban environment and seven years restoring active streams and wetlands throughout the Southwest. Lincoln is easily at home designing, implementing, or troubleshooting residential and commercial rainwater and greywater harvesting projects including pump-based systems to operating heavy equipment to implement large-scale riparian restoration projects.