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  • Michelle Vanstrom, Master Naturalist
    of Contents Document Library 1 Ecological Communities of NYS 2nd Edition www dec ny gov animals 29392 html Document Library 2 Silvics Vol 1 2 Ecological Design with Native Plants Growing Oak Trees From Seeds Cliff Communities Document Library 3 Rain Garden Information Rain Garden Landscape Design Plans Rain Garden Manuel Rain Gardens A Design Guide for Homeowners Document Library 4 Ecological Restoration Primer Document Library Name Description Intro Ecological Communities of NYS A Revised and expanded edition of Carol Reschke s Ecological Communities of NYS Marine and Estuarine Communities open ocean coastlines deepwater tidal habitats and adjacent wetlands Riverine Systems linear aquatic natural streams riffles runs pools Lacustrine Communities Natural Lakes and Ponds Terrestrial Communities Upland Habitats includes trees shrubs grasses meadows herbs General References Sources System Key Appendix C Ranks Glossery Appendix A Index Index Document Library Name Description Ecological Restoration Primer Society for Ecological Restoration International www ser org Document Library Name Description Silvics Volume 1 conifers Silvics Vol 2 Hardwoods Ecological Designs with Native Plant Communites Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Growing Oak Trees from Seed Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Cliffs as Natural Refuges American Science Magazine Calcareous Cliff Communities Niagara Gorge NYNHP Conservation Guide Document Library Name Description Butterflies Swale Rain Garden Plan Pt Shade Shade Zones 5b 7b National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Trees and Shrubs Border Rain Garden Full Sun Zone 5b 7b National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Fragrant Rain Garden formal Full Sun Zones 5b 7b National Fish and Wildlifee Foundation Hedge Row Rain Garden Full sun all zones National Fish and Wildlife Foundation NPSNJ Rain Garden Manuel Pages 25 48 Rain Gardens A Design Guide for Homeowners UCONN Cooperative Extension System College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Designing Rain Gardens Bio Retention Areas North Carolina State University Alternative Stormwater Management Practice

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  • Michelle Vanstrom, Master Naturalist
    the United States and all of eastern Canada are included Natural plant communities of eastern North America are described providing a foundation for the choice of native plants for different areas and climates or a variety of sites in the garden as well as for restoration of native plant habitats Inside book cover Urban and Suburban Meadows Bringing Meadowscaping to Big and Small Spaces About the Book Catherine Zimmerman s Urban Suburban Meadows Bringing Meadowscaping to Big and Small Spaces addresses the problems caused by the extensive planting of non naitve grass lawns across American In ignoring the environmental consequences of such landscape planning ecosystems are being destroyed and replaced with chemically maintained monon cultures https themeadowproject com We are slowly recognizing that the failure to understand and revere place has unleashed a toxic assault on the conditions and communities of life that are the umbilical cord to our own human existence This recognition cannot happen quickly enough not only our physical survival but also for the survival of our souls This guide is a remarkable inner and outer compass for helping any community anywhere rediscover the ground of its being and its road map to any future worth living inside cover Authors Karen Harwell and Joanna Reynolds From the Publisher The pressures on wildlife populations today are greater than they have ever been and many gardeners assume they can remedy this situation by simply planting a variety of flowering perennials trees and shrubs As Douglas Tallamy points out in this revelatory book that assumption is largely mistaken Wild creatures exist in a complex web of interrelationships and often require different kinds of food at different stages of their development There is an unbreakable link between native plant species and native wildlife When native plant species disappear the insects disappear thus impoverishing the food source for birds and other animals Fortunately there is still time to reverse this alarming trend and gardeners have the power to make a significant contribution toward sustainable biodiversity By favoring native plants gardeners can provide a welcoming environment for wildlife of all kinds Healthy local ecosystems are not only beautiful and fascinating they are also essential to human well being By heeding Douglas Tallamy s eloquent arguments and acting upon his recommendations gardeners everywhere can make a difference www bn com When we use chemical fertilizers we injure the microbial life that sustains healthy plants and thus become increasingly dependent on an arsenal of artificial substances many of them toxic to humans as well as other forms of life But there is an alternative to this vicious circle to garden in a way that strengthens rather than destroys the soil food web the complex world of soil dwelling organisms whose interactions create a nurturing environment for plants Biography Jeff Lowenfels has been writing a weekly column for the Anchorage Daily News since 1977 A member of the Garden Writers of America Hall of Fame he is a leading proponent of gardening using the concepts of

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  • Michelle Vanstrom, Master Naturalist
    Home Michelle Vanstrom Master Naturalist Niagara s Native Species Educational and Environmental Films Watch the full episode See more THIRTEEN Series Garlic Mustard Table of Contents Stemming the Tide Garlic Mustard Identification and Control by Barbara Lucas Invasive Phragmities What it is What we can do by Barbara Lucas The Pollinator Pyramid by Barbara Lucas The Pollinator Pyramid from Barbara Lucas on Vimeo Garlic Mustard Identification and Control from Barbara

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  • Michelle Vanstrom, Master Naturalist
    Projects Plants Regional Plants Forest Flora Reference sheets NYS Plant List Invasives Wildlife Wildlife Species List Birds Butterflies Pollinators Insects Frogs FAQ Advocacy Contact Contact Us About Us Citizen Science Links PlantLists Projects Vacant Lot 1 Habitat Vacant Lot 2 Habitat NF Hampton Inn Habitat Ecological Restoration Media Press Home Michelle Vanstrom Master Naturalist Niagara s Native Species Schools Document Library Name Description Conway School Of Landscape Design Conway School

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  • Michelle Vanstrom, Master Naturalist
    Plants Regional Plants Forest Flora Reference sheets NYS Plant List Invasives Wildlife Wildlife Species List Birds Butterflies Pollinators Insects Frogs FAQ Advocacy Contact Contact Us About Us Citizen Science Links PlantLists Projects Vacant Lot 1 Habitat Vacant Lot 2 Habitat NF Hampton Inn Habitat Ecological Restoration Media Press Home Michelle Vanstrom Master Naturalist Niagara s Native Species Parks and Open Space Report As a Seneca my heart was broken when I saw this Parkway going down the middle of this beautiful area with garbage and graffitti all over the gorge and walls I just hope the EVIL ONE who dwells there visits those who destroy HIS territory LaSalle and President McKinley found out Date 2004 02 27 09 59 00 0 Filed By Darwin John Number of People Encountered 0 10 ppl Recommend to a Friend Neutral Robert Moses Parkway An informal survey conducted by the Niagara Heritage Partnership reflects a sympathetic consensus of 1 million people tourists residents and the memberships of over 70 organizations To view the survey which includes commentary please click the picture Document Library Name Description Benefits of Parks The Trust for Public Land The Economic Benefits of Land Conservation The Trust for Public Land

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  • Michelle Vanstrom, Master Naturalist
    Natural Heritage Program How2 Projects Plants Regional Plants Forest Flora Reference sheets NYS Plant List Invasives Wildlife Wildlife Species List Birds Butterflies Pollinators Insects Frogs FAQ Advocacy Contact Contact Us About Us Citizen Science Links PlantLists Projects Vacant Lot 1 Habitat Vacant Lot 2 Habitat NF Hampton Inn Habitat Ecological Restoration Media Press Home Michelle Vanstrom Master Naturalist Niagara s Native Species New York s Natural Heritage Document Library Name

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  • Michelle Vanstrom, Master Naturalist
    NYS Hardiness Zones Site Programs Resources Reference Books Film Schools Parks and Open Space Natural Heritage Program How2 Projects Plants Regional Plants Forest Flora Reference sheets NYS Plant List Invasives Wildlife Wildlife Species List Birds Butterflies Pollinators Insects Frogs FAQ Advocacy Contact Contact Us About Us Citizen Science Links PlantLists Projects Vacant Lot 1 Habitat Vacant Lot 2 Habitat NF Hampton Inn Habitat Ecological Restoration Media Press Home Michelle Vanstrom

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  • Michelle Vanstrom, Master Naturalist
    Parks and Open Space Natural Heritage Program How2 Projects Plants Regional Plants Forest Flora Reference sheets NYS Plant List Invasives Wildlife Wildlife Species List Birds Butterflies Pollinators Insects Frogs FAQ Advocacy Contact Contact Us About Us Citizen Science Links PlantLists Projects Vacant Lot 1 Habitat Vacant Lot 2 Habitat NF Hampton Inn Habitat Ecological Restoration Media Press Home Michelle Vanstrom Master Naturalist Niagara s Native Species Plants2 Topics under this

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