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Tag: Landscapes

A shortage of native seeds is slowing land restoration across the...

Julia Kuzovkina, University of Connecticut and John Campanelli, University of Connecticut Spring is planting time for home gardeners, landscapers...

Once the Callery pear tree was landscapers’ favorite – now states...

Ryan W. McEwan, University of Dayton When people think of spring, they often picture flowers and trees blooming. And...

Jaguars could return to the US Southwest – but only if...

Ganesh Marin, University of Arizona and John Koprowski, University of Wyoming Jaguars are the only species of big cat...

A century after the Appalachian Trail was proposed, millions hike it...

Charles C. Chester, Brandeis University The Appalachian Trail, North America’s most famous hiking route, stretches over 2,189 mountainous miles...

A century after the Appalachian Trail was proposed, millions hike it...

Charles C. Chester, Brandeis University The Appalachian Trail, North America’s most famous hiking route, stretches over 2,189 mountainous miles...

To help insects, make them welcome in your garden – here’s...

Brian Lovett, West Virginia University As winter phases into spring across the U.S., gardeners are laying in supplies and...

Not so long ago, cities were starved for trees

Sonja Dümpelmann, Harvard University Many cities, in recent years, have initiated tree planting campaigns to offset carbon dioxide emissions and improve urban microclimates. In 2007, New...

Parks help cities – but only if people use them

Thaisa Way, University of Washington In cities, access to parks is strongly linked with better health for both people and neighborhoods. Children suffer higher rates of...

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