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GLRPPR Sector Resource: The Benefits of Natural Landscaping

Title:
The Benefits of Natural Landscaping

Abstract:
Guide explaining the economic, environmental, and community benefits of natural landscaping. Natural landscaping is the planting or preservation of native vegetation in ways that help retain or augmentnatural landscape features, such as wetlands, prairies or woodlands. Natural landscaping can be applied in nearly any public green space, from parks to school grounds to municipal building lawns.

URL:
http://iledi.org/ppa/docs/00/00/00/00/15/15/Landscaping.pdf

Source:
Illinois Green Government Coordinating Council

Resource Type:
Fact sheet/checklist

Date of Publication:
2007

Associated Sectors:

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