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Using Compost for Erosion Control & Stormwater Management Raindrops hit the soil surface and displacement of the soil particles occurs (known as ‘splash’ erosion). On slopes, the soil particles tumble, causing ‘rills’ to form. Rills become more pronounced and they channel the water, increasing its velocity and ability to carry away...
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Compost is such a unique product and it provides many benefits to the soil, to plants, the environment and to the ‘pocketbook’ of the end user. In the next two articles, we are going to discuss the use of compost in soil and water conservation, and protection (e.g., storm water management,...
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Annual Career Symposium Harriton High School, in Bryn Mawr, PA is looking for a Landscape Architect to participate on a panel for an Annual Career Symposium on Monday, April 3 - 7:30 - 10:30 am.  They are seeking a Landscape architect who either lives or works near Bryn Mawr to participate, and...
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Using Compost in Green Infrastructure and Land Management Not just for Plant Establishment anymore, Compost is also used for Erosion Control, Storm Water Management and Green Infrastructure The recycling of organic 'wastes' is one of our nation’s greatest assets, and we can utilize these products to address several of societies vexing...
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ASLA Professional Award Winner - Hunter's Point South Waterfront Park - Queens, NY Webinar Wednesday: Free Webinar on Green Infrastructure Modeling  Note: This is your weekly Wednesday update regarding upcoming webinars, please see below for more information! Webinar: Green Infrastructure Modeling Toolkit December 14, 2016 3:00 - 4:00 PM EST Register...
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