Nature Towns

Demand a better future!

Nature Towns will improve your health, wealth, community, and planet.

Why Nature Towns?

You want to live in a place that’s healthier, greener, more convenient, less expensive, and with stronger community connections. Nature Towns deliver it all.

Life gets Better

Just by moving into a Nature Town, you improve your health, wealth, community and planet, thanks to better nature and community design.


Clean environment, better food.


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Spend less, have more.


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More friends, more fun.


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More nature, more hope.

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Sinclair Black
Sinclair Black

Sinclair Black, Planner

“As an urban designer, planner, architect, educator, and author who has been programming and building projects in Central Texas since 1967, I believe Nature Towns has the potential to establish a major international precedent.”

Jason & Andrea, members

“I look forward to being a part of the Nature Towns model as it goes out into the world. Nature Towns has that vision, unlike other projects that we have participated in. We see ourselves as being able to work together with Nature Towns as it evolves. There is a distinctive capacity in Nature Towns that we haven’t found elsewhere.  “

Pix Howell, Planner

“I would like to introduce you the a guy that has a pretty amazing development model. Its central premise is zero carbon footprint through the use of agriculture. That is a super simplification but I think its strongest benefit might be to the periphery of growth…..the Lee Counties of the region. It can take an element of what is important to those stakeholders and build an affordable and environmentally innovative development.”

“The difficulty is not so much in developing new ideas, as in escaping from the old ones.”

John Maynard Keynes

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Healthy Soil, Healthy World

The Union of Concerned Scientists released a new report that analyzed the federal funding for “Sustainable Nutrition Science” – a field of research and education that is at the intersection of nutrition, food production and climate & environment – and found levels to be abysmally low, amounting to less than 25 cents out of everyContinue reading “Healthy Soil, Healthy World”

Biodiversity and Pollinators!

Doing our part for biodiversity and pollinators!

It was a real thrill a few weeks ago to spot this creature, likely a hummingbird or sphinx moth, on our little grapefruit tree. I’ve never seen one in our garden before. It made me wonder how it found us only days after we planted the tree. Maybe it was the incredible and enticing aroma of the blossoms. This indication of biodiversity in our urban garden in Austin was so encouraging.

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