Friday Film:: Designing Neighborhoods for People and Wildlife

This new video from the ASLA (American Society of Landscape Architecture) is "an animation that explains how to transform your property into a real wildlife habitat. Learn how native plants and designed structures provide what nature needs." It's great to...

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On Being Misunderstood:: Striped Skunk

On Being Misunderstood is a new feature at The Metropolitan Field Guide which will look at the variety of flora and fauna we live with which are too commonly misunderstood. From plants to wildlife, many of our daily interactions with...

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Friday Film:: My suburban front yard wildlife garden

This short video mixes photographs and short video clips which demonstrate the beauty of a suburban wildlife garden. It also offers a stark comparison to a house with the more commonly seen lawn front yard. This garden is certified...

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Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens Post:: The Strahov Monastery Dendrological Library

This is an excerpt from my latest post at the Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens blog. Click the link below to visit the full post. The beautiful Strahov Monastery, which sits on a hill overlooking the city of Prague, was one of my...

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Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens Post:: The Landscape as Time

This is an excerpt from my latest post at the Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens blog. Click the link below to visit the full post. When I was studying Landscape Architecture at university, I had a professor who was infamous...

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Foragings:: The latest news, resources, designs and more

News Bringing natural life into buildings:: Eco-architect Dr Ken Yeang's attempts to introduce more nature into architecture are highlighted in this article. “Many buildings have been ‘de-natured’. Human beings have simplified and fragmented nature.” Loft ambitions: why green roofs are the future...

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