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  • Gardening – It’s Time to Get Creative!:: Examples illustrating “the idea of small- space gardening is being able to display and marvel at nature in a more intricate and special way”.
  • Promoting the benefits of planting trees in cities:: “We tend to focus on cars and roads and development, but in the background is always nature that also affects people’s lives.”
  • What You Don’t Know About the Wild Animals in Your City:: “We share our cities and suburbs with the furred and the feathered, but our understanding of them is fraught with misinformation. An excerpt from The Urban Bestiary provides a modern perspective on the wildlife we take for granted or even despise.”
  • Urban dwellers fight back to restore natural habitat:: “Tucked away in the Adelaide parklands there are small areas of bush that are more reminiscent of the landscape much further from the city.”

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  • Nature and the City:: “If we are ever to reach the stage where we can value the benefits as ecosystem services, or design therapeutic landscapes, we need to understand what the benefits are and how they operate.”
  • A Wilder Way:: Dutch designer, Piet Oudolf, who is responsible for the planting design of the High Line in New York City, is the subject of this interesting profile.
  • Urban Rivers of Life:: “There are few natural features as important as rivers and streams in defining cities, in shaping sense of place, and in connecting us with nature.”
  • First Person: Letting a Backyard Go Wild::  James Barilla, author of the new book “My Backyard Jungle,” writes about his backyard on National Geographic.
  • How Ecologists Are Using Surveys to Support Urban Green Roof Architecture:: “With all the knowledge, experience and conviction of how important living architecture and green…

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