Jason Arnott (founder and owner of Earth Environments) strives to involve the community in programs that bring awareness and attention to the preservation and beautification of outdoor environments.
The main program to carry this vision is ARC (Awareness Refining Communities). The mission of ARC is to improve the quality of life by preserving, conserving and enhancing the natural and developed environment along with discovering sustainable low impact development principles, practices and procedures.
Another prominent program lead by Earth Environments is the Student Design project named ProjectARC (seen in photo to left). ProjectARC's main goal is to give students a real-life experience by developing projects where their ideas can make a positive and tangible impact on their communities.
MACOMB TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL PARK
PROJECT ARC VIDEO PRESENTATION
FRANKLIN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
H.O.W.S. - HAPPY OFFICE WORK SPACE
The following video highlights a proposed project meant to serve the community as a private rental space and a multi-faceted public gathering area with a historical emphasis.
This video features a property where a historical park was suggested for public use. The location of the proposed park is near 25 mile rd. and Romeo Plank rd. by the Macomb Township Recreation Center. The idea is to build a historic uptown-like destination that would have a small town feel and become an important landmark in the community. The park would be built around a man-made lake and a natural creek that wind throughout the property.
H.O.W.S. is our solution for a viable commercial working space that takes advantage of underutilized urban areas, such as parking lots. H.O.W.S. can be used as a portable office space, meeting area or creative studio. It is a solution for artists, writers, professionals, small business owners, and entreprenuers looking for a quiet and affordable place to work.