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San Antonio Botanical Garden WaterSavers

Did you know that about 30% of the water used in San Antonio households is applied solely to landscapes? Low water landscaping is strongly encouraged in arid climates, where water is a limited resource. Drought tolerant gardens and efficient irrigation...

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1/6/21
One World One Water Center

The One World One Water Center is a collaboration between Metropolitan State University of Denver and Denver Botanic Gardens. The partnership presents an opportunity to build on and expand joint initiatives on water issues such as:

1) expanding...

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Landscape Succession Strategy

Ten years ago the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria embarked on an ambitious project to collect, treat and distribute storm water from the catchment within and around the botanic garden. The infrastructure of wetlands filtration, a sophisticated water ...

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1/5/21
ASLA: Materials, Specifications, and Maintenance

Material selection, specifications, and maintenance guidelines allow the landscape architect to take a decisive path to ensure that the design and materials they’ve specified will be successfully implemented on a project. Learn about tools and methods...

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1/5/21
Green Restaurant Certification Standards

The Green Restaurant Association’s (GRA) standards reflect 29 years of research in the field of restaurants and the environment. Thousands of restaurants and hundreds of thousands of restaurant personnel have provided the living laboratory for the...

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1/5/21
Roots of Success: Health Food & Agriculture Module

The Health, Food & Agriculture Module focuses on human health, food systems, and agricultural production. Students learn about health, nutrition, local and global food systems, agricultural practices, industrial agriculture, global food systems,...

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1/5/21
Biophilia Network

The term “biophilia,” which literally means “love of life,” was coined by social psychologist Erich Fromm and popularized by biologist E.O. Wilson, who defined it as “the innately emotional affiliation of human beings to other living organisms.”...

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1/5/21
Chicago Botanic Garden Horticultural Therapy Services

A trained professional in a plant-rich environment can provide an opportunity for healing, stress reduction, physical exercise, and endless learning. Chicago Botanic Garden professionals enable participants to engage with elements of the plant world in...

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1/5/21
Natural Environments, Health, and Well-Being

The evidence around the effects of natural environments on health and well-being is steadily increasing. Several pathways and mechanisms are suggested, such as health services through functional ecosystems, early life exposure to biodiverse microbiota...

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1/5/21
American College Health Association Resources

Since 1920, the American College Health Association (ACHA) has served as the voice for student health and wellness. Through advocacy, research and education, ACHA stands at the forefront of issues that impact the health and wellness of our college...

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1/5/21

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