Some gardeners react to any mention of ecological landscaping – the merging of environmental science and art – as if it were a compromise or concession meant to limit their creativity. Darrel Morrison, a landscape architect who has been practicing and teaching this philosophy for some five decades, begs to differ. In this article, he offers some advice for gardening in a changing world.
Your Garden May Be Pretty, but Is It Ecologically Sound?
Are you interested in procuring wild-collected seed and source material for your garden, but are unsure where to start? Or...READ MORE
Unlock the power of LinkedIn with this webinar brought to you by the Emerging Professionals Community! Dive into strategies tailored...READ MORE
Join us for a Lunch & Learn presented by Robert Castelo, Graduate Student at the University of Idaho, and the...READ MORE
Lithium-ion batteries have increased in popularity and use in public gardens. They help power golf carts, utility carts, grounds equipment,...READ MORE