Biohabitats

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Election 2016: Down, but not out…

    I suspect for many of you the results of our election have left you feeling depressed, disheartened and dejected.  Throughout last night and this morning I have been engaged in conversations with my friends in Canada and Europe. They are all stunned and bewildered. They share many of the same fears and concerns I have ...

  • What does this elephant have to do with a stream restoration project in Cleveland?

    Landscape ecologist Kevin Grieser shares an interesting tidbit about the connection between an elephant, a stream, and an old golf course that is slowly becoming an ecological preserve: “For the Acacia project [Ceveland Metroparks‘ initiative to transform a former golf course into an urban ecological preserve] there are some trees and shrubs that need to be ...

  • Why do you feel ecological restoration is so important?

    I was recently asked this question by a reporter. You’d think that as the founder of a firm that helped pioneer the practice 35 years ago, I’d be used to a question like this. The truth is, I’m not. Given my daily interactions with the ecologically-oriented scientists and designers at Biohabitats, our forward-thinking clients, and ...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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