Basic design concepts for sustainable landscapes Public Deposited

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  • A sustainable landscape is more than the conscious arrangement of outdoor space for human enjoyment and satisfaction. It is a landscape that uses minimal water, fertilizers, pesticides, labor, and building materials. Creating a sustainable landscape means working toward a thoughtful balance between resources used—both in construction and maintenance—and results gained.
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