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Project Grow: Sowing Seeds, Skills and Hope

South Bay Community Services’ Project GROW program focuses on the development of a landscape maintenance company. It is an economic development project that strives to give women who have survived violent relationships the opportunity to become economically self-sufficient. Women who have the courage to leave violent relationships... Más

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Value, Benefits, and Costs of Urban Trees

Introduction The U. S. population has grown increasingly urban each decade, from 28 percent in 1910 to 80 percent in 2000 (U. S. Census Bureau, 2002). In the Chesapeake watershed alone, residential development is predicted to consume 800,000 acres between 2003 and 2030, nearly 90 percent of it replacing farmland (Boesch and Greer,... Más

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Growing People Newsletter - Spring 2008

GICD WISH LIST: garden benches garden tool shed new lap top computer wheelbarrows gardening tools canning jars Mantis tiller Kubota tractor with loader and tiller friends with trucks volunteers Twenty years ago, this wonderful garden was given birth to by a visionary group called the East Dallas Community Garden Alliance, with members... Más

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Study of the Impacts of Gardening to older People: Wan Golden Organic Farming Project

WORKING PAPER SERIES No. 12 (November 04) AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF THE IMPACTS ON GARDENING TO OLDER PEOPLE: CASE STUDY TO “TSUEN WAN GOLDEN ORGANIC FARMING PROJECT” by Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies (APIAS), Lingnan University & Produce Green Foundation

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Spring 2011 Newsletter - Disabled Independent Gardeners Association

Grow healthy at DIGA event The next Disabled Independent Gardeners Association (DIGA) workshop looks at health benefits of homegrown produce. All About Sprouts is held at Cameron Rec. Centre (9523 Cameron St. , Burnaby – next to Lougheed Mall), from 1:30 to 3:30pm on Thursday, Feb. 24. The workshop will consider sprouting grains,... Más

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Winter-Spring 2010 Harvest Newsletter, National AgrAbility

AgrAbilityCultivating Accessible Agriculture AgrAbility Harvest in the agriculture and disability arena, we hope you’ll find something of value in each issue. For more information about the AgrAbility program, its services, and helpful resources, including an electronic version of this newsletter, visit us at www. agrability. org.... Más

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Trees and Vegetation: Reducing Urban Heat Islands - Compendium of Strategies

Reducing Urban Heat Islands: Compendium of Strategies Trees and Vegetation

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Growing People Newsletter - Fall 2004

Project Report: GICD to Receive Heifer International Grant GICD is very excited about recent news that we will be receiving a grant from Heifer International (see www. heifer. org). Even though we will not actually get a real live heifer, it will mean we can start to fund the GICD Dallas Urban Gardening Initiative. Dr. Rigoberto... Más

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Restorative Commons: Creating Health and Well-Being Through Urban Landscapes

Restorative Commons: Creating Health and Well-Being Through Urban Landscapes Edited by: Lindsay Campbell and Anne Wiesen In press, fall 2008

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Fall-Winter 2004 Newsletter - Healthcare and Therapeutic Design Professional Practice Network

LETTER FROM THE CHAIRS THERAPEUTIC GARDEN DESIGN Mark Epstein, ASLA, Co-chair Naomi Sachs, ASLA, Co-chair AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 636 Eye Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001-3736 ■ Tel 202-898-2444 ■ Fax 202-898-1185 ■ www. asla. org Volume IV, Number 1: Fall/Winter 2004 http://host. asla. org/groups/tgdpigroup... Más

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