Thursday, November 01, 2012

Video: All Animations Building a Park Out of Waste Designing for Active Living The Edible City Energy Efficient Home Landscapes From Industrial Wasteland to Community Park Infrastructure for All Revitalizing Communities with Parks Leveraging the Landscape to Manage Water Urban Forests = Cleaner, Cooler Air Related Projects Crosswaters Ecolodge Garden/Garden — A Comparison in Santa Monica Lily Lake Residence NE Siskiyou Green Street Nueva School Designing Neighborhoods for People and Wildlife

Designing Neighborhoods for People and Wildlife from ASLA on Vimeo.

Yesterday, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) in Washington, DC, released an animation that promotes the values of landscaping with native plants to support local wildlife, and it is now live on ASLA's web site:http://www.asla.org/sustainablelandscapes/Vid_Wildlife.html an is posted above. The key advisors for the animation are Doug Tallamy, author of Bringing Nature Home, and Ann English, ASLA, the Rainscapes Coordinator at Montgomery County, Maryland Department of Environmental Protection.

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