Integrity Sustainable Planning News
Happy New Year from Susan and Sandy at Integrity, may you have a fun filled productive year! We wish to express our warmest “thank you” to all our wonderful project partners for making 2012 an amazing year. Now, buckle your seat belts, 2013 is blasting off!
Ohio Sustainable Landscape Symposium Saturday, September 15, 2012 8:30am – 4pm Hosted by The Dawes Arboretum, in partnership with Licking County Master Gardeners Learn easy, cost-effective strategies that will help you make (and keep!) your yard ‘greener’ and more beautiful. We’ll discuss vertical gardening, rainwater harvesting, organic lawn care practices, and other top ‘green’ landscaping […]
EcoSummit 2012 E-Newsletter: June 2012 Welcome to Columbus: Building a Sustainable Neighborhood Weinland Park will be featured at EcoSummit 2012 Workshop 2 entitled ‘Weinland Park in Columbus, USA: One neighborhood’s perspective on developing ecotechniques for stormwater management,‘ It is being organized by Susan Weber, Integrity Sustainable Planning and Design, Columbus, and will focus on specific […]
Weinland Park in Columbus, USA: One neighborhood’s perspective on developing ecotechniques for stormwater management Workshop Organizer(s): Susan Weber & Sandy Frey, Integrity Sustainable Planning and Design, Columbus, OH, USA This presentation will focus on specific stormwater management strategies used in several collaborative projects in the urban neighbourhood of Weinland Park in Columbus, Ohio. Some of […]
From Edible Columbus magazine, Issue No. 9 Spring 2012 A Gardener’s Journal Story and Illustration by Susan Weber A look at my small Clintonville back yard in late winter does not reveal a magazine-spread vision of loveliness. A huge, lusty dark-green clump of invasive bamboo dusted with yesterday’s light snowfall bears mute evidence of garden […]
From Edible Columbus magazine, Issue No. 7, Fall 2011 Show and Till Written by Jan O’Daniel Photos by Catherine Murray, photokitchen.net They place yellow calendula petals on their tongues. Then, with mouths open and tongues wagging, they carefully and deliberately chew and taste. Next, they vigorously rub the leaves of a lemon verbena plant, offering […]