HIV/Aids Policy in Hawaii: 1992 Report And Recommendations of the Governors Committee on AIDS
This guide adapts concepts that can serve as a catalyst to help change public attitudes about what the ideal lakeshore property should look like, so as to enhance both wildlife & lake water quality. It coins the term lakescaping to describe the concept of landscaping on shoreland property. Chapters: life at the water's edge; the lake ecosystem; solving lakeshore problems with a buffer zone; designing lakeshore landscapes; site preparation & plant installation; maintenance; shoreline stabilization; good stewardship practices; & lakescaping examples. Appendices: plant list, invasive non-native plant species, glossary, etc. Profusely illustrated with color photos & drawings. Ring binding.
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Page 169 - The term wetlands means those areas that are inundated or saturated by surface or ground water at a frequency and duration sufficient to support, and that under normal circumstances do support, a prevalence of vegetation typically adapted for life in saturated soil conditions.
Page 171 - The defendant may also show, by way of an affirmative defense, that there is no feasible and prudent alternative to defendant's conduct and that such conduct is consistent with the promotion of the public health, safety and welfare in light of the state's paramount concern for the protection of its natural resources from pollution, impairment or destruction.
Page 167 - It is the point up to which the presence and action of the water is so continuous as to destroy the value of the land for agricultural purposes by preventing the growth of vegetation, constituting what may be termed an ordinary agricultural crop — for example, hay: Howard v.
Page 171 - The conservation and development of the natural resources of the state are hereby declared to be of paramount public concern in the interest of the health, safety and general welfare of the people. The legislature shall provide for the protection of the air, water and other natural resources of the state from pollution, impairment and destruction.
Page 171 - It is found and declared that there exist in many communities blighted areas which constitute either social or economic liabilities, or both, requiring redevelopment in the interest of the health, safety, and general welfare of the people of such communities and of the State.
Page 164 - The edge shall be defined as the mark delineating the highest water level which has been maintained for a sufficient period of time to leave evidence upon the landscape. The edge is commonly that point where the natural vegetation changes from predominantly aquatic to predominantly terrestrial.
Page 161 - ANNUAL: A plant that completes its life cycle in one growing season.
Page 162 - Diekelmann, J., and R. Schuster. 1982. Natural Landscaping, Designing with Native Plant Communities. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York.
Page 170 - A permit shall not be issued unless it is shown that an unacceptable disruption will not result to the aquatic resources...