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Integrated Landscaping: Following Nature's Lead - A new way of thinking about landscaping home grounds and public spaces
New Hampshire's rapid development over the past four decades has replaced natural plant and animal communities with landscapes that often appear as an afterthought, replicating the same few plants over and over again," says Mary Tebo, UNH Cooperative Extension's community forestry educator.
Landscaping at the Water's Edge: An Ecological Approach - A manual for N.H. Landowners and Landscapers
No matter where you live in New Hampshire, the actions you take in your landscape can have far-reaching effects on water quality. Why? Because we all live in a watershed, an area of land that drains into a surface water body such as a lake, river, wetland or coastal estuary.
of towns with Landscaping Regulations as self-reported by municipalities responding to the annual OEP survey of municipal information.
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