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Resilient plantings and permeable surfaces in a water-sensitive garden. Photo: Phillip Otto Photography

The 2016 Pacific Horticulture Water-Sensitive Landscape Design series with guest editor Marilee Kuhlmann.
“Where did the Water Go? A Watershed Approach” – Part 1: This article advises us all to step back and look at water resources from a broader perspective that factors in regional geography and hydrology, consider everyone involved, and make decisions based on the health of the whole system.
“The Big Shift, Earth’s Renewal from the Bottom Up” – Part 2: Authors Marilee Kulhmann and Paula Henson explore surprising revelations recently uncovered about earth science and propose new alternatives to traditional garden practices. And how gardeners can help heal the planet.
“Designing for the New Normal, Asking Questions” – Part 3: Tom Rau, a landscape architect specializing in watershed design, talks about retooling the design process and working to devise creative solutions for more resilient landscapes that enhance and support our environment.
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