Hedgerows From Romans to Habitat

  This is a revised and updated post which was originally published on June 2, 2010. History Although not as significant in the US as in the UK, hedgerows nonetheless offer a valuable design opportunity for wildlife habitat. In the simplest terms,...

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Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens Roundup

Following are the last four of my posts on the Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens blog. A Propagation Primer Propagation has been on my mind lately. We recently moved into a house with a very bare yard and although I brought...

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Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens Post:: 5 Wildlife Gardening Resources for the Pacific Northwest

This is an excerpt from my latest post at the Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens blog. Click the link below to visit the full post. Landscaping for Wildlife in the Pacific Northwest It seems that any time I talk with somebody...

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Wildlife Habitat Certification

Wildlife habitat certification is offered through many organizations as a way of creating, improving and monitoring wildlife habitats both nationally and regionally. They also come in a variety of settings from backyards to commercial sites to golf courses and...

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Summer Wildlife on the Balcony Habitat

This past summer produced a large number of wildlife species on my city balcony. I've briefly written about my balcony in the past, but this year I had more plants, the older ones were more established and I surveyed...

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Integrated Habitats Design Competition 2010:: Edge Hill Halls

As the 2011 Integrated Habitats Design Competition is getting launched, I’m looking at the winning entries from the 2010 competition in a series of posts. Edge Hill Halls was the overall winner of the 2010 Integrated Habitats Design Competition. Designed by Maria-Cristina Banceanu, the...

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