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Think about the last errand you ran. Maybe you went to the grocery, or a dentist appointment, or dropped your kid off at school. Imagine the trip there: You start in your driveway in the suburbs, turn onto a four-lane road separated by a grassy...

May is National Bike Month, sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists and observed in communities all across the country. For the past 63 years National Bike Month has showcased the many benefits of bicycling — and encouraged more folks to...

If you spend most days in Lexington, almost all of the plants you see were planted by landscapers or homeowners (that nasty free-seeding honeysuckle and our remarkable pre-settlement oaks and ashes excepted). The trees, lawns, and hedges might...

Green infrastructure (GI) refers to the use of landscape elements to improve the urban environment. This includes green spaces and urban forests as well as innovative sustainability projects such as green roofs, permeable pavers, and rain gardens.

When we talk about decreasing our environmental footprint or creating sustainable landscapes, the concept feels so big—and the little things we do for our landscapes might not seem like enough to make a difference. But this is not the case at...

Before committing to any type of property investment—landscaping or otherwise—the first question most owners ask is: What’s the cost? As a steward of their budgets and mindful of ROI, property owners want validation the dollars they spend on a...

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