Designing Environments that support
the community and client goals
Projects where the underlying goal is to sustain and catalyze agriculture.
Projects that enable limited development patterns that honor the working lands legacy and/or protect critical environmental resources.
This work focuses on private commercial and residential environments.
Projects focused on
We believe in partnering with our clients. First to protect their asset, and secondly, to build long-term “shared” value. By “shared value” we mean the development of a value system for projects which creates economic value while also creating value for the larger region and community. We believe this is the only way to deliver long-term, beautiful, resilient places that are economically self-sustaining.
We work both in the private and public sectors and understand the complexities of land use policy, environmental review and long term planning goals and how that guides project designs to meet a community's and client's vision.
Embarcadero Capital Partners, San Francisco Bay Region
Glen Oaks Big Sur, California
KISCO Senior Living, North California
North American Land Trust (NALT), Pennsylvania
Oberndorf Enterprises, San Francisco
Prather Ranch Meat Company, San Francisco
RPM Mortgage, Walnut Creek
Tim Lewis Communities, Northern California
YCS Investments, San Francisco
California Coastal Conservancy
City of Alameda, California
City of Redwood City - Community Development Department, California
Santa Clara County - Department of Planning and Development
Santa Clara Valley - Open Space Authority (OSA)
Solano County Community Development Department, California
Sustainable Agricultural Education (SAGE), Berkeley, California
APA - American Planning Association
ASLA - American Society of Landscape Architects
Green Valley Agricultural Conservancy Founding Board
SPUR - San Francisco Planning and Urban Research
USGBC - US Green Building Council, LEED accredited professionals
State of California Certified Small Business (SB)
Certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)
Urban Land Institute – Associate Member
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Cultivate was founded to help change the way people think about improving and managing land.
We are a California State Certified Small Business (SB) as well as a Certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE).