Friday Film:: Rain gardening – A series of rain gardens

This week's Friday Film features a look at a series of rain gardens designed to capture water from a roof. This video is presented by the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust as part of their 'Step by Step Rain Gardens' series.  In...

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Friday Film:: New Wild Garden

Today's Friday Film features an inside look at the New Wild Garden from the 2011 Chelsea RHS Flower Show designed by Nigel Dunnett filmed by Dusty Gedge. The garden features a great many elements for wildlife including a stone wall...

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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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12,000 Rain Gardens in Puget Sound Campaign

Everyone knows it rains a lot in Seattle and with the Puget Sound on our doorstep, stormwater runoff can have a huge impact on the aquatic ecosystem. In the Puget Sound there are octopus, sharks, harbor seals, sea anemones,...

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Integrated Habitats Design Competition 2010:: Overflow Carpark

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. The Overflow Carpark designers asks a very important question: "While it may prove impossible to eliminate the...

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

News Conservation, nature and cities -- or Learning to Love the Pigeon:: This is a wonderful post on the Connected by Nature blog about the 'Pigeon Paradox'. New scientific field will study ecological importance of sounds:: From the ScienceBlog website, this...

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