Ecosystem Gardening in Practice: Installing a Green Roof
Stormwater Management: City or Homeowner Responsibility?
A Resource Guide to Ecosystem Gardening, Part 2: Water Conservation
Is Ecosystem Gardening Too Hard to Learn?
Do you have a plant zoo or a garden full of life?
Ecosystem Gardening: Give a Little Back to Wildlife
Sustainable Landscaping for Gardeners
A Love Letter to Wildlife
Birds of late summer at the urban oasis of John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge near the Philadelphia, PA airport 6:30 am alarm clock on a drizzly Sunday morning. Sounds like a great reason to stay in bed, snug as a bug under the covers. But this morning I have a...
Brush piles are an important habitat for many kinds of wildlife. How some invasive plants can benefit a wildlife garden.
Palmerton, PA sometimes Mother Nature Gets a Second Chance, Part 1
Oil Spill and Our Gardens
4 Easy steps to creating a wildlife garden.
Sustainable Landscapes Give Back
Beware “greenwashing” when it comes to your Conservation Garden
Managing Rainwater in the Ecosystem Garden
Pat Sutton: Ecosystem Gardening Hero
Faculty Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens Certificate Program in Native Plants and Ecological Horticulture
Fall Garden Chores, or NOT
The Benefits of Certified Wildlife Habitat Status
Ecosystem Gardening: Defining the Ecosystem
Rain Barrels make a difference
Certified Wildlife Habitat 35038
What is Ecosystem Gardening? Lear about the 5 pillars of Ecosystem Gardening. Crate a wildlife habitat at home.
Projects to create a welcoming Ecosystem Garden. Steps for attracting wildlife and creating a refuge in your yard.
Defining the Garden in Ecosystem Gardening
Why Lawns are not Sustainable in Ecosystem Gardening
Ecosystem Gardening Essentials
You may be wondering just what the heck I mean by “Ecosystem Gardening,” and I can answer that here. As you read through these articles, please be aware that I have grown in my thinking on this subject and I changed the name. In the beginning I was using the term...
Combating Habitat Fragmentation with Garden Corridors
As I travel around the country speaking at conferences about Ecosystem Gardening for Wildlife, the question I get asked most frequently is “What should I plant?” The easy answer is that you should add lots of locally native plants to your wildlife garden because over...
Life in the Leaf Litter: Don’t Throw a Good Thing Away
National Wildlife Federation and Scotts Miracle Gro: Perfect Together?
The Beautiful-No Mow Yard
What does Ecosystem Gardening mean?
Wildlife Gardens are Nothing but an Ugly Overgrown Mess, NOT!
Can I get you a glass of weed killer with your dinner?
Justin Timberlake says golf CAN be green!
How to Certify your Conservation Garden for Wildlife
The Language of Ecosystem Gardening: Being Specific
Ecosystem Gardening: How to install a Rain Garden
Ecosystem Gardening goes to Chicago