What’s so perfect about PRFCT Places? They’re maintained without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, making them safe and healthy places for you to visit with your families and pets.
PRFCT Places are just as beautiful as their conventionally managed counterparts. So how can you spot a PRFCT Place? Look for Leif—the leafy icon developed by Perfect Earth Project to identify and celebrate PRFCT Places—sprouting up on lawn and landscape signs at your favorite parks, dog runs, museums, and local hangouts.
Pioneer PRFCT Places
Amber Waves Farm, Amagansett, NY
ARF Hamptons, Wainscott, NY
The Battery Conservancy, New York City
Bridge Gardens of Peconic Land Trust, Bridgehampton, NY
Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center, East Hampton, NY
Garden in the Woods, New England Wild Flower Society, Framingham, MA
Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY
Madoo Conservancy, Sagaponack, NY
New York Restoration Project parks and gardens, New York City
Nick & Toni's Restaurant, East Hampton, NY
The Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, NY
The Philip Johnson Glass House, New Canaan, CT
Quail Hill Farm of Peconic Land Trust, Amagansett, NY
Share the Harvest Farm, East Hampton, NY
Southampton Arts Center, Southampton, NY
Southampton Hospital, Southampton, NY
Join the Movement!
Is your public property PRFCT? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know and we’ll add you to our growing list of PRFCT Places.
Photo of The Madoo Conservancy courtesy of Mick Hales.