Should a Small Firm Buy This?

How Do I Convince a Skeptical Principal this is a Good Investment? I have been getting emails asking how to help sell this software to principals or how to justify it as a solopreneur with low volume. We are in a time of great change throughout the world and there is only so much change […]

The Founder’s Story

I’ve spent the last 25 years in various forms of the landscape professions, many of them in my own businesses. I started as a maintenance gardener and worked my way up to running my own 15-person design, build, and maintain landscape firm in the heart of Wine Country, Sonoma County, California. I then transitioned to running a […]

Progress not Perfection

As you dive into the work of integrating a healthy carbon cycle into your designs, you will soon discover the imbalance between the speed of carbon emissions and the speed of carbon sequestration. We emit so much faster than we can sequester!  For any of you who have counted calories, you know it is much […]

Carbon versus CO2

What is the difference between Carbon and CO2 when reducing carbon footprints?A simple primer on Carbon and CO2. This is often a point of confusion when reading about climate change. The Bond app is measuring Carbon Dioxide. It is typical for Carbon and CO2 to be used interchangeably in daily conversation. Carbon is often used […]

Calculator Integration

Minimal keyword integration: Calculator integration into your workflows How do I integrate the Bond app into my company?! Recently, a design-build firm sent in their question to us, and we thought some of you might be thinking about this as well. “..we are already pretty busy. How can I most efficiently insert this into my workflow? […]

Sequestration Simplified

The photosynthetic liquid carbon cycle At its simplest, plants take in CO2 from the atmosphere, convert it into sugars used to build plant tissue, and the rest( 40% or so) is pumped into the ground through the root system, which drives soil biology. Factors Many factors can drive how much, how fast, and for how […]

It’s a cycle, not a dumpster; The carbon emission and sequestration relationship

Natural and human-centered activities emit carbon dioxide. Plant material takes in some carbon dioxide and converts it to sugars. Most of those sugars are used to build plant tissue, and the rest are pumped into the soil to be used by soil microorganisms. While emission reduction is critical and all that most professions can do, […]

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