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

News Green Roofs:: An informative article by green roof expert Dusty Gedge discusses the benefits of small-scale green roofs for biodiversity. What kind of meadow is best for wildlife?:: This interesting article from the Guardian's garden blog discusses the benefits and differences...

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Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens Blog Roundup

Back in May I announced that I was joining the Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens team to contribute a post every month. I have since then written five articles for the blog but unless you follow The Metropolitan Field...

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Urban Species Profile:: Jackdaw

Common Name: Jackdaw Scientific Name: Corvus monedula Family: Corvidae  If you spend time in any European city, chances are very high you'll come across the Jackdaw. Found throughout most of Europe with the exception of the far north, it's a common bird in...

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Magnuson Park:: Reconstructed Wetlands

Magnuson Park is located in Seattle along Lake Washington, north of the University of Washington. The park has a long history of dramatic land use change and part of it has now come back full circle. In the days...

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

News An Urban Jungle for the 21st Century:: An interesting article from the New York Times, this piece features a 10-year development plan in Singapore which aims to go from "a garden city" to a "city in a garden" which...

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What is a Landscape Architect?

Today is Landscape Architecture awareness day dubbed 'Your Environment. Designed.' by the American Society of Landscape Architects. There are many common misconceptions in the general public about what a Landscape Architect does, many people believing they are gardeners or...

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