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News Wire:   October 19, 2006

ARCHITECTS, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS, CIVILENGINEERS

Design Professionals Continuing Education Seminar
November 7, 2006 | San Francisco, California, USA
Sustainable Interlocking & Permeable
Interlocking Pavements

Read the Full Story >> Source: ICPI Headquaters
News Wire:   October 12, 2006

Cultivate a Garden, not a Lawn

Los Angeles-based architect Fritz Haeg thinks front lawns are basically status symbols that serves no purpose other than looking pretty. His new cause is a movement to replace front lawns with productive fruit and vegetable gardens.

Read the Full Story >> Source: Landscape Online
News Wire:   October 04, 2006

Replacing Turf With Wildflowers

Carpets of wildflowers and native grasses are sprouting along a growing number of Indiana’s highways under a state program that replaces roadside turf with colorful plants that reduce mowing costs while creating new wildlife habitat.

Read the Full Story >> Source: The news Sentenial
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