Videos

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See video About The Meadow Project

Mike Nadeau on Catherine Zimmerman's The Meadow Project.

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Visit the website: https://themeadowproject.com/

Or buy the book from our bookstore.

 

See video Designing Our Future: Sustainable Landscapes

Watch an animation from ASLA’s "Designing Our Future: Sustainable Landscapes" online exhibition that explains how green infrastructure systems effectively manage stormwater. See how green roofs, bioretention systems, and permeable pavements actually work.

To read the article, please visit - http://dirt.asla.org/2011/01/12/leveraging-the-landscape-to-manage-water/

See video Japanese Knotweed Destroyer

The ultimate Japanese knotweed destroyer. You really only have to watch the first few seconds, it’s the same thing the entire time.

Organic Land Care by the CT DEP

CT NOFA dvd

windows media file

Click here to play from CT DEP site

  • What is meant by organic land care
  • On-location interviews with Cheshire and Granby town officials who talk about their experiences implementing organic land care on their playing fields
  • Benefits and potential challenges of going organic
See video Organic Lawns

Howdini - Organic lawns

See video Organic Lawns- 3 Tips
See video Organic Pest Control

Howdini - Organic pest control

See video Ten Americans - I

This is part 1 of a three-part presentation about the analysis of chemical contaminants in umbilical cord blood, carried out by the US Environmental Working Group.

See video Ten Americans - II of III

This is a part 2 of a three-part presentation about the analysis of chemical contaminants in umbilical cord blood, carried out by the US Environmental Working Group.

See video Ten Americans - III of III

This is a part 3 of a three-part presentation about the analysis of chemical contaminants in umbilical cord blood, carried out by the US Environmental Working Group.

See video Vericompost: A Living Soil Amendment

The short 9-minute film “Vermicompost: a Living Soil Amendment” is a general introduction to the vermicomposting process as a technology that transforms organic wastes into resources and the uses of vermicompost for plant nutrient management and the suppression of plant diseases.

Please visit the Cornell Univeristy's Vericompost Research Page for additional information and resources - http://cwmi.css.cornell.edu/vermicompost.htm