Suncrest Sustainable Farm-Experimental Microcosm Transplant for soil erosion prevention Debris left on adjacent property will be thoughtfully and efficiently repurposed for steps and soil retention. Cochineal parasites on cactus repurposed for organic red and purple dye. In the process of making organic paints and dyes from Cochineal beetle and red peppers Lettuce to be transplanted. Part for animal consumption, part for human consumption. Basil for Food Bank diverted rain gutter water and succulent pups being groomed for transplant Cochineal parasites on cactus repurposed for organic red and purple dye. Thoughtful seeding and planting begins indoorsto restore habitats and manage land effectively for humans and the surrounding environment Lemons for bees to pollinate and for humans to consume, win-win. Sustainably-grown ingredients make delicious treats for fundraisers Ready to go in the ground Strawberries and aloe being grown for transplant in areas left barren by human activity. Phototropism project Getting rid of mustard and invasive weeds.Replanting desirable plants appropriate for the habitat. Creating fire barrier and proper separation between ecological preserve space and residential space. highly nutritious blood oranges . Quantifying juice. Zero waste. Peel, oil, parenchyma are all used in a variety of food and art projects.