All About Agriscaping

We welcome you to and invite you to get involved in this sustainable, educational, edible journey with us!

Agriscaping's mission is to improve local food access & sustainability by transforming landscapes into elegant, edible food gardens easily managed with the help of online tools, education and professional support.

What does Agriscaping mean?

Agriscaping is what you get when you bring together the best of ornamental landscaping and the best of productive agriculture.

Agri-Scape: (noun, verb)

noun: meaning a landscape that creatively and elegantly integrates elements of productive agriculture either by means of growing produce (edible fruits, vegetables, and herbs) or or other useful plants to reduce useless consumption, landfill waste, and water usage.

verb: the act of creating elegant, productive, and sustainable landscapes for the betterment of health and humanity.

Even many types of flowers in your garden are edible!
Agriscaping has growing relevance and meaning to people in different ways around the globe, but none as comprehensive as what is being practiced and taught by Justin Rohner and the Agriscaping Technologies Team based in the arid deserts of Arizona.

Agriscaping is a movement. It's about taking charge of your health, making the most of your space and knowing exactly what's in the foods you consume. Whether you have a 20 acre ranch in the country or a couple of sunny patios in the city, there's a way to make Agriscaping work for you!

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Justin Rohner Agriscaping
Justin Rohner, Founder of Agriscaping Technologies, has been helping people around the world grow their own healthy, fresh foods at home for more than 25 years. He is a passionate educator, artist, and entrepreneur with an engineering mind who only recently started sharing his sustainable gardening secrets with the world. His professional enthusiasm centers around improving Self-reliance, Sustainable Food, and Family, and was recently named one of Arizona’s Top 35 Entrepreneurs under 35 by The Arizona Republic and for his work improving local food access & sustainability through Justin began his career in landscaping at the ripe age of 9, working summers and weekends at a small 9-hole, executive golf-course in Mesa, Arizona. He earned his BA from Arizona State University and Masters from the University of Santa Monica. Justin lives in Gilbert, Arizona with his wife Britney, 4 kids, 14 chickens, 24 quail, 3 to 12 rabbits, 64 fish, 1 miraculous crab, and a beautiful landscape full of food.