Greywater Action Associate
Bay Maples is a local, sustainable landscaping company specializing in water-saving designs, native plants and recycled or repurposed materials. Our methods provide a natural enhancement for your home and a cost effective approach. Contractors Lic. #977639
Christopher Reamer is a permaculture landscaper and educator with a prevailing focus on water conservation and ecological land design. He has worked extensively with the development of greywater, rainwater and high-efficiency irrigation in Sonoma and Marin counties,CA, and has instructed water conservation workshops for the cities of Santa Rosa, Petaluma, and Windsor, Sonoma county water agency, the Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper training program, the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, and numerous other local non-profit organizations and conservation initiatives. He is level 2 certified by the Greywater Action Network, and is a licensed contractor and certified permaculture designer.
Navigating policy channels to legalize residential greywater reuse in Seattle/King County… and someday in a neighborhood near you.
Available for greywater consultations, designs and installations.
WE ARE YOUR LOCAL SPECIALISTS IN GREY WATER CONVERSIONS AND OTHER WATER SAVING UPGRADES including rain water systems, and drought tolerant and native landscaping. With over 200 installations performed we are your experienced solution. Servicing Los Angeles and Orange County. With mileage factored in Riverside, San Diego and San Bernardino Counties can also be serviced.
Services. Simple to complex grey water, Rain water, community speaking, and permitting.
Sierra Watershed Progressive is a design to build cooperative focusing on watershed based projects and educational forums. Whether a residence, neighborhood or public project, all projects are treated with local water, plant, habitat and soil reuse concepts for highest ecological and maintenance values. With a wide range of experienced project managers and technicians, our site expertise ranges from California Coast Ranges, to Eastern Sierra Nevada habitats.
We offer hands-on, community-based workshops in people’s homes and neighborhoods, helping each other install sustainable systems. We want to have fun working together and changing the face of our town.We also do installations through work crews. Our core group of seven comes from a variety of backgrounds. Our combined skills include architecture, environmental engineering, marketing, business development, Permaculture design, construction, networking and education. We are eager to share our team efforts to help our community.
Living in Topanga Canyon, the driving forces behind my work are ecological design, appropriate use of resources and clean/professional installations. You can sometimes find me leading Greywater workshops for Greywater Action and helping teach the Installer’s Certification course.