Landscape restoration handbook

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Lewis Publishers, 1993 - Architecture - 98 pages
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Landscape Restoration Handbook, a joint publication of the U.S. Golf Association and the Audubon Society of New York State, is a comprehensive guide that demonstrates how to use naturalization as an alternative to more intensive management of the landscape. The book discusses how to obtain the following benefits of natural landscaping or ecological restoration projects:

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Contents

Naturalizing the Managed Landscape
1
Greenlinks
5
Principles for Maintaining and Restoring Natural Diversity
19
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Harker, United States Golf Association.

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