The Fields of the Future vision aims to inspire people to fall madly in love with nature.
This extraordinary opportunity to reconnect people with nature is nestled in the San Elijo Lagoon in Cardiff, California. The collective spirit of the San Elijo Ecological Reserve has accomplished an ample amount of preservation among the greater reserve.
In an effort to preserve the way the local community interacts with the site, the historic use of working coastal agricultural lands will be maintained. The learning labs will serve as a center for collaboration and engagement, as students and teachers alike can utilize the environment as their classroom. The trail system will provide circulation through naturally influenced sculptures, some in impressive scale – designed by a plethora of sculptural artisans.
Located near sunny San Diego, this project is intended to get a lot of use from the academic population nearby. The designs of the improvements will be fresh yet sustainable, and overall sensitive to the importance of local and regional habitat fabrics that need careful consideration. As naturalist heroine Jane Goodall has said, “to reconnect with nature is key if we want to save the planet.” which is exactly what this site aims to be a part of. See more about this project here. Superbloom was recognized as a finalist and was awarded second place in this national design competition.