Hi, my name is Avery and I created this space to achieve my mission of designing regenerative ecological solutions that can heal the world. I hope to achieve this goal through  diverse projects at various scales. From broad scale land management, restoration, and property potential to small scale residential landscaping and urban farming solutions. From local education and community activism to statewide input on sustainability plans and promoting the national and global networks that resonate with these goals. I hope to facilitate a smooth transition to a new era of regeneration for the earth, the people, and the economies that bring about positive change. Below is my bio for  how I got here:


Avery Ellis, is a sustainability specialist and ecological designer. He focuses on designing sustainable ecosystems that serve humanity through natural processes. He has a Masters degree in Ecological Design through SFIA and a BS in Biology & Sustainability through Stockton College. He is also a Certified Permaculture Designer and Teacher.

His passion for Sustainable systems became a life direction after a semester abroad, where he undertook an in-depth study of sustainability at an International Eco-village in Auroville, India. In this intensive course, he explored permaculture design, renewable energy systems, grey water treatment, organic food production, and sustainable building methods. Upon completion of his Bachelor of Science degree, he continued to explore various aspects of sustainability while gaining experience in the field. He worked at an organic farm harvesting culinary herbs, he spent a year as a Solar Installation Specialist, and he was a supervisor for a recycling company, intent on net zero waste. In recent years, he has also completed several internships, including; a research internship at Natural Capitalism Solutions, promoting the business case for sustainability and Earthship Biotecture, building off-grid rammed earth homes, which incorporate recycled materials.

With all of these skills adding up to a cumulative understanding of sustainability, he decided to continue his education at the San Francisco Institute of Architecture, where he enrolled in a Masters of Ecological Design program. This course has been instrumental in his theoretical knowledge of sustainable and regenerative design.

From there, Avery Ecological was born, combining both passion and science in a practical way. He has continued to build a diverse income stream with different collaborations in the community. As the field of permaculture and ecological design evolves in Colorado, he invites each new system as a design challenge and as a sustainable solution for humanity.

To see how we can help you achieve your goals, see our solutions page. And please contact us to see how we can help you to transform your home into a place where food, water, and life can grow together. Thank you for visiting!