Sustainable Sculptures is a project that conveys my concerns for climate change and the specific actions that I take to live more sustainably. Recycled, found objects and ecofriendly materials are used to create functional sculptures that require consistent care, provide sustenance, and can easily dematerialize back into the earth. I aim to make small yet meaningful changes in my life that can add up over time to significantly reduce the harmful impact that I have on the environment. I compost to nourish the ground and minimize the amount of trash that goes to the landfill. I grow food to provide flowers for bees and other pollinators, eat organically from garden to table, minimize my carbon footprint, and reduce the use of pesticides and plastic packaging. Furthermore, I not only find joy in having a direct connection to the products of my labor and gain new appreciation for farmers and agrarian workers, but also am able to care for my health and meaningfully reconnect with the earth.