Discover Ecological Landscaping is a concise introduction to the concepts and practices at the root landscapes managed with an eye to long-term health and sustainability. Originally published in 2005, ELA’s introductory guide was first available as a printed booklet, and more recently as a pdf for self-printing from the ELA website. (Click here to access.)
Now ELA is raising Discover Ecological Landscaping to the next level, turning it into a slide presentation that practitioners can share with clients, teachers with students, homeowners with neighbors.
ELA Announces Name Change to
Ecological Landscape Alliance
(Click the new logo below for Trevor Smith’s video announcement)
ELA Completes First Community Action Project
Dartmouth Green, Boston
Accomplished through valuable collaborations and the help of many volunteers, July 2013 marked the first ELA Community Action Project.
“What a transformation!” was a typical comment from the South End residents who passed by our work site: 29 Dartmouth Street.
Earlier this year, the Ecological Landscaping Association and the Landscape Institute of the Boston Architectural College were looking for an opportunity to perform a community service project that would create a hands-on educational opportunity, result in positive neighborhood change, and bring together their constituencies. Read the full story.
View project progress below.