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Union Bay Natural Area UW Botanic Garden College of the Environment
Why did we decide to mow the blackberry? (Started in 1998)
Dime lot 1975
Dime lot 1986
Dime lot 1992
Dime lot 1996
Needs and responses Blackberry Purple loosestrife Reed canarygrass Native spp. diversity Open landscape Social trails Mow, flood, shade Gallerucella beetle Shade w/ willows Structural diversity Cap canopy (30%) Improve loop trail
Shorebird habitat Parking lot Prairie gets weeds Native grass mortality Restoration mortality Beaver damage Open shoreline Create prairie Shrub buffer Mounds Mulch, water trailer Fence
Enhance public contact Management buy-in Lasting constituency Projects next to trails, signs, encourage talk Guidelines, public comment, faculty vote Student restoration Nature walks Maintenance participation Capstone projects
UWREN Capstone Projects: 1.Union Bay Natural Area, Seattle 2.Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle 3.Duwamish Greenbelt, Seattle 4.Earth Sanctuary,
UWREN Capstone Projects: 1.Saltwater Park, Shoreline 2.Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle 3.Coal Creek, Snoqualmie Reservation 4.Gamble Creek,
Managing Shoreline Properties Your name here. Water Cycle.
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EarthCare Services Landscaping Jodecia Taylor. All Your Landscaping Needs Mowing Planting Mulching Rock walls Walkways Fountains.
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Outdoor Learning Practitioner Outcome 4: Understand the learning opportunities available in the outdoors AC 4.3 Identify areas that could be used for outdoor.
Lets get those weeds! Help public places, like parks and trails, be beautiful once again! Created by: Megan LaFever A weed warrior from Hazen High School.
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Gardening Mistakes people do Design and not taking care of a home Enjoy.
To meet the needs and desires of people through improving the beauty of the land and improve the nature environment.
Sustaining plants and pollinators Susan Carpenter UW-Madison Arboretum Sustainable landscapes in the built environment October 2015 Native Plant GardensPollinator.
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Get that Professional Finish to your Lawn adding Value to your Property. GGG Garoyda Garden Grooming We don’t just mow grass, WE GROOM LAWNS. From Budget.
Riparian Plants of the Bear Creek Watershed December 2009.
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History Austin’s Parks Park Acreage: 27,398 Spending Per Resident: $67.08 Playgrounds per 10,000: 1.3 ParkScore Rank: 33/60 largest U.S. cities.
Native Gardens Students will investigate elements of native garden design in orde rto design a garden for a given set of parameters.
Ecological Consulting Native Plant Nursery Restoration Services Cultural Resource Management Wolf Lake Aquatic Restoration Project.
This is model of a rain garden getting its water source from the gutter. Model Of A House Rain Garden This model happens to be helping a house from having.
Sustainable Landscape Planning for Learning Environments Jennifer Dukes Jeffrey Aiken Matthew Smith Clemson University.
This Year’s 6 UWREN Capstone Projects: 1.Union Bay Natural Area, Seattle 2.Licton Springs, Seattle 3.Duwamish Greenbelt, Seattle 4.Earth Sanctuary, Whidbey.
Hickory Hills Lake Management Committee Erosion Control sub committee Tom BertramJane Blake.
Green Landscape Design. 4 main principles: REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE REBUY.
Restoration of the Swan Pond Embayment Michelle Cagley, Tennessee Valley Authority.
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Make a Splash Close to Home…. Jones Falls Watershed Association Mission: Jones Falls Watershed Association works to protect and restore the health and.
August 2009 Presented By: Tim Brodeur The Benefits of Keeping our Native Beauty Intact - Area IV Water Conservation Committee Model Native Plant Ordinance.
SAGHA Annual Homeowners Meeting August 28, Agenda Collect ballots Treasurer’s Report Common Area Maintenance Presentation Election Results.
I have participated in a restoration project… 1.Yes 2.No.
University of Washington Institute for Hazards Mitigation Planning and Research Visions for Kimball Creek.
Fort Monroe: Opportunities for Chesapeake Restoration and Citizen Engagement Fort Monroe Federal Area Development Authority July 16, 2009 Christy Everett.
Diversity of Approaches Controlling Invasive Species Controlling invasives is not simply :”Spray and Pray” Examples of the range of approaches for control.
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Best Management Practice (BMP) Implementation & Planning Randy Vogel (AES Ecologist/IL Branch Manager)
University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Landscape Architecture Franklin-Simpson County Riparian Land Management Riparian Opportunities in Simpson.
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Saginaw Bay Phragmites Control and Restoration Demonstration Project Julie Sims MDEQ, Water Bureau SBCI Regional Update Meeting Bay City, MI June 5, 2009.
Developing & Managing your Forest School Site Establishment & Delivery Unit 2.3.
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Wetland restoration after a mega-storm Jyneen Thatcher, Wetland Scientist Washington Conservation District Paul Bockenstedt, Ecologist Stantec.
Greening Stockton Suggestions from Jamie. LANDSCAPING.
Carla Hardy West Virginia Conservation Agency In cooperation with the Chesapeake Bay Program.
MISSOURI’S MOST least wanted Wetland species Bruce Henry Natural History Biologist Natural History Biologist Southeast Region Southeast Region Missouri.
Ian McBride Earth and Physical Science Department Western Oregon University Monmouth, Oregon
Intro to Landscaping. Identify the purpose of landscape design Describe the scope of landscape construction Recognize the need for landscape maintenance.
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