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"Leave it better than you found it" 
Next Generation Landscape Contractors is taking Landscaping to another level by using Regeneration. Being able to see homes that were completely devoid of life transform into an ecological living masterpiece really has given us hope for our future generations. 

Soil regeneration, as a particular form of ecological regeneration within the field of restoration ecology, is creating new soil and rejuvenating soil health by: minimizing the loss of topsoil, retaining more carbon than is depleted, boosting biodiversity, and maintaining proper water and nutrient cycling.

A Bit About Us

Next Generation Contractors is a mother company of both; Magic Beans Landscaping and Next Generation Landscapers based in the Denver Metro Area. Both companies were founded by Megan Banich, a 23 year old entrepreneur who has decided to leave her mark on the planet. Since 2017 when Magic Beans Landscaping started; combined both companies have planted over 150 shrubs & trees, 2,800 annual/perennial plants, and 32,000 sq feet of sod. Megan created Next Generation Landscapers in 2021 to educate communities and families about the importance of our land and soil the importance of protecting it.

As of right now Now, 75% of the land on earth is deemed “degraded.” Each year, an area of farmable land nearly the size of England (30 million acres), is lost to soil degeneration. We are turning our world into a desert. Magic Beans Landscaping and Next Generation Landscapers uses ancient knowledge, pioneering holistic planning, cutting-edge soil science, and regenerative agriculture to turn our client's lawns into The Garden of Eden. Regenerative Agriculture has been proven to draw down carbon (make things greener and cool down the climate); and may be one of the biggest solutions to climate change that we have right now. 

Every Year 30 million acres or more are degenerated. Meaning the abundance of our planet is quickly fading away! We are here to help design the landscape of your dreams while also helping you leave this planet better off than you found it. All designs and plans are performed by Megan Banich, who holds the Landscape Designer Certification through the New York Institution of Art and Design 2021, Soil Advocate Training Program 2021, and Colorado State of Agriculture Nursery License 2023.