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Growing Greener Model Ordinance Version 2.0 - Color By Natural Lands Trust
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Each time a property is developed into a residential subdivision, an opportunity exists for adding land to a community-wide network of open space. Simply stated, Conservation Subdivision Design... More > rearranges the development on each parcel as it is being planned so that half (or more) of the buildable land is set aside as open space. Without controversial “down zoning” the same number of homes can be built in a less land-consumptive manner, allowing the balance of the property to be permanently protected and added to an interconnected network of community green spaces. This “density neutral” approach provides a fair and equitable way to balance conservation and development objectives. This Growing Greener model ordinance provides regulations that can be added to typical, existing ordinances to implement the principles and standards of Conservation Subdivision Design.< Less
Growing Greener Model Ordinance Version 2.0 - B&W By Natural Lands Trust
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Same document as above in black and white format.
A Conservation Blueprint By Land Trust of Santa Cruz County
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The Conservation Blueprint is an assessment of the health of Santa Cruz County’s natural environment and a roadmap for the next generation of conservation in the county – a guide to how... More > we can work together to protect, in challenging times, the natural beauty and resources that underpin our way of life. Find out more at www.landtrustsantacruz.org< Less
Land for Life - A Handbook on Caring for Natural Lands By David Steckel, Holly Harper
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Land for Life, the second edition of our publication formerly titled Stewardship Handbook for Natural Lands in Southeastern Pennsylvania, is a comprehensive resource drawn from Natural Lands Trust's... More > decades of experience in managing natural resources in southeastern Pennsylvania. Chapters cover major stewardship issues, preparing a stewardship plan, managing deer impacts, controlling invasive plants, restoring forests, establishing native meadows and grasslands, and much more.< Less
Stewardship Handbook for Natural Lands in Southeastern Pennsylvania By David Steckel, Holly Harper
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A second edition of this publication, under the new title Land for Life - A Handbook on Caring for Natural Lands, has been published. Please go to... More > http://www.lulu.com/shop/david-steckel-and-holly-harper/land-for-life-a-handbook-on-caring-for-natural-lands/paperback/product-21729430.html. Thanks! The Stewardship Handbook is a comprehensive resource drawn from Natural Lands Trust's decades of experience in managing natural resources in southeastern Pennsylvania. Chapters cover major stewardship issues, preparing a stewardship plan, managing deer impacts, controlling invasive plants, restoring forests, establishing native meadows and grasslands, and much more.< Less
B&W Working & Walking Vol1 By Ian D. Rotherham, Melvyn Jones, Christine Handley (eds.)
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The conference at which the chapters in this book were originally presented as papers – Working and Walking in the Footsteps of Ghosts – took place at Sheffield Hallam University between... More > 29th May and 1st June 2003. The conference proceedings were published at the event as a bound volume of abstracts and longer papers. This was a landmark conference. It was a large conference of more than 300 delegates who came from all parts of Britain including the Republic of Ireland and from continental Europe – Belgium, France, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands and Sweden. It marked the tenth anniversary of the first national woodland conference in Sheffield organised by The Landscape Conservation Forum. The delegates came from a very wide range of backgrounds, academic, professional forestery, land managers, Wildlife Trusts, the Forestry Commission, English Nature, English Heritage, Scottish Natural Heritage, the Woodland Trust and members of woodland conservation and wildlife groups.< Less
Working & Walking Vol1 Colour By Ian D. Rotherham, Melvyn Jones, Christine Handley (eds.)
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The conference at which the chapters in this book were originally presented as papers – Working and Walking in the Footsteps of Ghosts – took place at Sheffield Hallam University between... More > 29th May and 1st June 2003. The conference proceedings were published at the event as a bound volume of abstracts and longer papers. This was a landmark conference. It was a large conference of more than 300 delegates who came from all parts of Britain including the Republic of Ireland and from continental Europe – Belgium, France, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands and Sweden. It marked the tenth anniversary of the first national woodland conference in Sheffield organised by The Landscape Conservation Forum. The delegates came from a very wide range of backgrounds, academic, professional forestery, land managers, Wildlife Trusts, the Forestry Commission, English Nature, English Heritage, Scottish Natural Heritage, the Woodland Trust and members of woodland conservation and wildlife groups.< Less
SMALL CABIN LIVING By George Frangoulis
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SMALL CABIN LIVING: If you enjoy the great outdoors -- hiking, camping, boating, fishing, hunting, and being close to nature -- maybe you should invest in a little plot of land and build a small yet... More > comfortable shelter. The log cabin has been a symbol of humble origins in US politics since the early 19th century. Seven United States Presidents were born in log cabins, including Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Jackson, and James Buchanan. Although William Henry Harrison was not one of them, he and the Whigs during the 1840 presidential election were the first to use a log cabin as a symbol to show North Americans that he was a man of the people. Other candidates followed Harrison's example, making the idea of a log cabin—and, more generally, a non-wealthy background—a recurring theme in campaign biographies. We trust the wonderful photos in this book will inspire you to build your own small cabin in the woods.< Less