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Gargoyle Garden (piano vocal) By Allen Schulz
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Gargoyle Garden is a musical about the misfit Edgar Allen and his search for true friends. He meets the equally unique Anabel Lee and they are invited to a secret party in the rooftop "Gargoyle... More > Garden." Will they fit in with the other gargoyles? PIANO VOCAL score for 7 singers plus chorus.< Less
Complete Hydroponic Gardening By Kaye Dennan, Jason Wright
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The book was written with the home gardener in mind who wants to build a hydroponic system or two to grow their plants, whether it be fruit and vegetables or flowers. This method of growing allows... More > home gardeners to: • Grow a lot of product in a small area • Grow indoors if the weather is not suitable outside • Grow at a height that allows for easy access • Grow a wide variety for home use in just a small area • Grow in areas like courtyards and rooftops where it has always been a problem to grow plants • Have organic fruit and vegetables • Easily monitor the nutrients the different plants require • Easily tend to their garden at any time day or night The information in the book will help you decide which type of system will suit you and your lifestyle best and which is economically viable. Hydroponics is ideal for small areas such as courtyards, balconies and rooftops as well as indoors.< Less
Graze the Roof: A Kid's Guide to the Garden Mural By Jessica Carew Kraft
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Graze the Roof: A Kid's Guide to the Garden Mural is the story of the artwork surrounding Glide Memorial Church's rooftop garden. This fun illustrated children's book explains the basic concepts of a... More > sustainable food system, from seed to compost. Emphasizing culture, community and organic practices, this is a great introduction to gardening for kids age 5 - 12. The book was created by Jessica C. Kraft for use in the afterschool program run by Janice Mirikitani Family, Youth and Childcare Center in the Tenderloin Neighborhood in San Francisco.< Less
EasyGrowing Container Gardens: The Automated Container Kitchen Garden Easy Grow Vegetables & Flowers By Simon Marlow
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EasyGrowing Container Gardens The Automated Container Kitchen Garden Easy Grow Vegetables & Flowers. Succulent Vegetables, Aromatic Herbs and Colorful Flowers An Easy Growing Method for... More > Container Gardening. Growing herbs, flowers and vegetables can add real zest to life through winter and summer. Easy growing adds sparkle to any of your dishes. This kitchen garden approach fits into any tight spot such as patio, deck, rooftop and inside gardens. Author Simon Marlow explains how to grow all you want in an easy low maintenance approach< Less
Food in the City: an old way in a new time A process to assess land suitable for urban agriculture in Springfield, Mass. By Emily Berg, Abigail Elwood, Marie Macchiarolo
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Across the country, interest is growing in the promise of urban agriculture to support more efficient, sustainable, and equitable ways of life. In Springfield, Massachusetts, through the leadership... More > of the Springfield Food Policy Council and other community-based organizations, projects are underway to promote community-oriented and commercially oriented youth farms, home gardens, orchards, and community gardens. This report offers a model for how landscape designers and planners can work hand-in-hand with communities to develop achievable and sustainable urban agriculture plans.< Less
The Green Design Lab - A School Greening Guide By Christopher Kennedy
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Help your school go beyond recycling! Bring sustainability to life! Project based learning. A National Standards Aligned Curriculum and Guide, The Green Design Lab (tm) is a blueprint for greening... More > your school, allowing students to understand the connections between the resources used everyday and how they impact the local environment. Focusing on the physical school building, this Guide aims to help students and faculty realize on-site projects. It provides comprehensive hands-on learning opportunities such as rooftop gardens, building performance and energy efficiency,indoor and outdoor air quality, waste conservation, schoolyard habitats and non-toxic cleansers. Your school is the perfect setting for addressing relevant issues that affect the sustainability of your community. The objective is to facilitate learning that allows students and faculty to think of their school building as an organism connected to the local environment. For Grades 6-12.< Less
BYP Environmental Media Project By Tonya Markiewicz
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Through the Braddock Youth Project and the KEYS Service Corps-AmeriCorps program, Braddock Redux facilitated a program in which local youth created environmental media. Made in part possible by an... More > Environmental Media grant received from the Pittsburgh Foundation; videos, PowerPoint presentations, photos, and written work about green initiatives were produced by teens and their mentors. This project precipitated, empowered, and engaged a youth-led dialogue about urban food production and environmentalism. One of our goals was for members of the Braddock Youth Project to create videos about green projects which the youth members themselves developed and implemented. BYP projects include a Braddock community garden, which members of the Braddock Youth Project designed and built; raised vegetable beds; and projects centered around the Mon Valley’s first green rooftop walled garden in Braddock's Ohringer Building.< Less
BYP Environmental Media Project By Tonya Markiewicz
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Through the Braddock Youth Project and the KEYS Service Corps-AmeriCorps program, Braddock Redux facilitated a program in which local youth created environmental media. Made in part possible by an... More > Environmental Media grant received from the Pittsburgh Foundation; videos, PowerPoint presentations, photos, and written work about green initiatives were produced by teens and their mentors. This project precipitated, empowered, and engaged a youth-led dialogue about urban food production and environmentalism. One of our goals was for members of the Braddock Youth Project to create videos about green projects which the youth members themselves developed and implemented. BYP projects include a Braddock community garden, which members of the Braddock Youth Project designed and built; raised vegetable beds; and projects centered around the Mon Valley’s first green rooftop walled garden in Braddock's Ohringer Building.< Less