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Why Are Soils a Problem in Landscape Design and Construction?

There is a soil-plant continuum—an ecological symbiosis—that is essential for the growth and sustainability of all vegetation.

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6/28/19
The Power of Planning: Developing Landscape Management Plans for Public Gardens

While public gardens have long recognized the utility of high-level planning documents such as strategic plans and collections policies, many institutions lack written plans guiding day-to-day landscape management.

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6/21/18
Facility Management Challenges and Opportunities in 2018

Companies are migrating to more agile workplaces in order to recruit new talent, create a more collaborative workplace and contain real estate costs.

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3/29/18
Bellevue Botanical Garden-Sample Work Load Plan

This is a sample work load planning spreadsheet from Bellevue Botanical Gardens.

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2/28/18
Critical Asset and Capital Improvement Plans & Tools

1) An organization must define which of its assets are most critical in order to focus its maintenance efforts.

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1/31/18
The Municipal Online Stormwater Training (MOST) Center

The Municipal Online Stormwater Training (MOST) Center was established in 2015 to bridge the gap in needed technical and financial stormwater management resources in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.  This free, virtual Center provides users with tools to b

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1/31/18
Tree Protection During Design & Construction

Check out this presentation and video from the 2018 Small Gardens Symposium, presented by Jeff Dice from University Park, PA. 

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1/17/18
Deferred Maintenance and Building Health

Check out both this webinar and powerpoint to learn more about how to diagnose your facilities and perform condition assessments and conduct surveys and evaluations of all aspects of facilit

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12/15/17
Water Resources Research

Water Resources Research is an interdisciplinary journal that focuses on hydrology and water resources.

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11/17/17
Creating Resilient Water Utilities (CRWU)

The CRWU initiative provides drinking water, wastewater and stormwater utilities with practical tools, training and technical assistance needed to increase resilience to extreme weather events.

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11/15/17

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