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We design and implement projects with financial, environmental and social impacts.
Why? Because we choose to not merely make a profit, but to also make outrageously good sense. To create projects that benefit people and the planet, with impacts that ripple outward to cause positive change on countless levels.
Our current project is called The Alfalfa Project, and it will convert 235,000 acres of alfalfa in the San Joaquin Valley of California from traditional flood or sprinkler irrigation to subsurface drip irrigation. In total, this will save over 300 billion gallons of water annually, enough for the annual water needs of 9.8 million Californians.
Please contact us to find out more about all the financial, environmental and social impacts of this project, or to find out how you can get involved.
The Alfalfa Project website.
california impact architects,llc
san francisco, ca