Connecticut Flower & Garden Show
Posted on 01-29-2012 | Permalink
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We hope to see you at the 31st Annual Connecticut Flower & Garden Show on February 23-26, 2012 at the Connecticut Convention Center in downtown Hartford.

 

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Jay Archer - the innovator in landscape design!
Posted on 01-16-2012 | Permalink
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Course work at Rutgers University Cook Colege/Center for Urban Ecology and the New York Botanical Garden School of Landscape Design.

 

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Posted on 01-16-2012 | Permalink
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Explore the wonders of nature in your back yard.

 

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The Omega Institute Workshop - The Miracle of Organic Gardening
Posted on 01-16-2012 | Permalink
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Holding the Future in Our Hands - As an instructor at NYBG (New York Botanical Garden), a certified member of NOFA (North American Organic Gardening Association) and the Green Guerrillas, Jay has worked to raise awareness of the importance of conservation and preservation of our precious natural resources.

 

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The Living Landscape
Posted on 01-16-2012 | Permalink
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Healing our waters, caring for the land - By understanding the value of increasing wildlife habitat, biodiversity, biotic corridors and ecotones, you will attain a greater appreciation for our landscape and the waters of our world.

 

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Natural Oasis in New Canaan, CT
Posted on 01-12-2012 | Permalink
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We collaborated with Bob DiMartino of Outdoor Lighting Perspectives and Brian Connors & Compan to create a beautiful outdoor retreat in New Canaan, CT. The end result was featured in "Serendipity Magazine" - an upscale lifestyle magazine that covers Fairfield County, CT.

 

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Gems in the Dreamscape
Posted on 01-12-2012 | Permalink
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Who would have thunk! How cool is this! We were lucky enough to find a supplier of gem quality stone. Notably Brazilian Amethysts – Quartz crystals which not only possess a positively magical effect and stunning visual, but add a sparkling dimension to our water features. This is just a teaser of how phenomenal an effect working with these astoundingly splendid natural minerals has on our emotions.

 

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Let thy food be thy medicine, and thy medicine be thy food
Posted on 01-02-2012 | Permalink
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You are what you eat. I've been thinking lately, you know that can be dangerous. Why are we (and the pets we feed) the only creatures on the planet that are afflicted by degenerative diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease?

 

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Landscape Restoration Project using Primitive Technologies in Bedford, NY
Posted on 12-22-2011 | Permalink
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Bedford, NY, a beautiful idyllic setting in northern Westchester County, NY features a winding brook along the property border with the neighboring BLR Riding Trail. In a steep gorge a large Catalpa Tree (103 yr. by reading tree rings) fell, blocking the stream and diverting its course causing erosion and slope failure. Working in a protected and regulated wetland we (as contractors) are prohibited from using power tools (i.e. chain saws and gas/oil powered equipment).

 

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Sound Ecological Practices
Posted on 12-21-2011 | Permalink
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Integrating Nature, Technology and Design to construct sustainable landscape systems.

 

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