Landscape & Urban Farming Company

About Us

Who we are!

Eden Project is a small company specializing in sustainable landscapes and urban farming. Our passion is to create beautiful urban environments which spark joy and support backyard biodiversity.

Our Beliefs

01. Customization

we work with our clients individually to tailor our services to fit their needs, tastes, and budgets. We take the time to truly understand what matters to our clients, and translate that into action.

02. Detail-oriented service

Eden Project properties look great from every angle, on every scale. We will rake your garden beds, sweep your walkways, and add finishing touches where others wouldn’t. We don’t cut corners, and “good enough” is not in our vocabulary.

03. Sustainability & Environmental Health

Our services are designed to work with natural processes to build healthy landscapes from the soil up. Through clever passive design, our landscapes encourage biodiversity, support pollinators, and prevent exotic invasives.

04. Grassroots economic development

We are a local business that supports other local business. We buy local, and collaborate closely with Calgary-based businesses such as YYC Growers & Distributors, Burnco, CanTurf, and Plantation Garden Centre.

05. Excellent value

As a nimble company with low overhead, we can beat our competitors’ prices while providing superior, customized service. Our flexible pricing scheme allows for one-time, periodic, or ongoing work that fits your budget.

Creat Your Beautiful land With Us
For Call : 403-889-4418

Years Experience
Happy Customers
Projects Completed

Our Staff

M.Sc - Owner and Founder

Adam Huygen

Passionate about positive urban land use, Adam founded Eden Project in 2014 to make use of vacant lots in Calgary, while providing local food and environmental education. Over the years adam has grown Eden Project into a diverse company which encourages positive land use through many avenues.

M.Sc, BIT - Urban Farmer

Aaron Zwiebel

With a background in sustainable forestry and mine reclamation, Aaron believes in reframing human-impacted environments as novel ecosystems. Aaron sees urban farming and food landscaping as a win-win way to meet human and environmental objectives in urban and suburban areas.