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SITES from the Ground Up: How to Rate Sustainable Landscapes

Webinar replay from January 21, 2014

The Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES™) is a partnership of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin and the United States Botanic Garden. These partners worked closely with a diverse group of stakeholder organizations that included sustainability experts, designers...

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Sustainabile Landscape Design: Landscape Locally

Webinar replay from January 20, 2014

Defining sustainability in a landscape context • Sustainability by providence Discussion of the benefits from sustainable landscape design Applying sustainability to the landscape • Levels of sustainability -- Basic Ideas to Completely Sustainable • Goals of sustainable landscape design • Best Management Practices (BMPs) • Natives vs. Non-Natives • Case...

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Sustainability Makes Cents

Webinar replay from December 11, 2013

Sustainability is easy and the payoff to your business can result in cutting costs, attracting loyal clients and retaining key employees. Erik Ringstrand and Brandon Losey from Ringers Landscaping discuss sustainable landscaping and make the case that it is good for the environment, good for your clients, and good for...

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Creating Healthy Soil Using Soil Amendments

Webinar replay from November 12, 2013

Michael J. Curry from the Midwest Ecological Landscape Alliance presents: Creating Healthy Soil Using Soil Amendments as part of the webinar series "A Focus on Sustainability" the collaboration of ELA, CCLC, MELA, and Ecolandscape California.

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Organic Lawns An Overview of Sustainable Turfgrass Management

Webinar replay from November 2, 2013

Comprehensive presentation on organic lawn care including soil management, grass seed, inputs, irrigation, and maintenance. Presenter, Chip Osborne from Osborne Organics (http://www.osborneorganics.com/) has more than 35 years of horticulture experience and 15 years of organic lawn experience. The Osborne approach to turf management involves creating a system that integrates three...

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Sustainable Landscape Design: Working with Builders

Webinar replay from September 25, 2013

Asia Scudder, landscape designer and owner of Native Landscapes shares her extensive knowledge of ecological concepts and sustainable landscaping practices and describes how to successfully work with landscape builders and construction companies. Please note: Technical issues during this session resulted in a slight interruption of the recording. All presentation content...

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Ecology Basics for Landscapers and Designers

Webinar replay from September 18, 2018

Dr. Christopher Woodall will look at how forested rural area carbon assessment is done in the US. He will discuss how these assessments suggest that forests currently offset over 10% of carbon dioxide associated with fossil fuel emissions every year. Because forests and trees in developed landscapes sequester atmospheric carbon...

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Ecology Basics for Landscapers and Designers

Webinar replay from September 17, 2013

Learn the basic principles of ecology and how they apply to gardening and landscaping. This webinar provides a framework for thinking about a garden as an ecological system. You create a living system with its own plant and animal communities, population dynamics and food webs. Energy, nutrients and water flow...

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