Biophilic Gardens in Suburbia: A Visual Representation of Biophilia in Society
ENV-332 Urbanization and the Environment
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This Story Map discusses various ways to implement biophilia in suburban environments, including biophilic buildings, pollination yards and pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods. It also provides a biophilic garden design layout that explains the ecosystem benefits of the native species planted.
biophilic buildings, native plants, lawns, stewardship, garden design, Ursinus Food Forest
Environmental Studies | Food Security | Nature and Society Relations | Urban Studies and Planning
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Parzanese, Amy; Berry, Zach; Fisher, Sarah; and Mislan, Trevor, "Biophilic Gardens in Suburbia: A Visual Representation of Biophilia in Society" (2022). Biophilic Cities and Suburbs. 3.
Information for the creation of the Story Map came from readings from Douglas Tallamy, Craig E. Colton, Adam Rome, Witold Rybczynski, and Timothy Beatley. Images for the Story Map came from independent sources.