Sustainable Landscape Blog
- Coastal Forest – a CT DEEP Critical Habitat
- Tri-Town Preserve in Gabbro Country
- ALERT: MOW DOWN MUGWORT BEFORE SEEDS RIPEN
- Emerald Ash Borer Control in Connecticut
- Where are the Starry Campions?
- Lesser Celandine – a Temptress
- Mugwort’s Milestones
- Critical Habitats in Connecticut
- Rich and Poor in the Plant World – Part 1
- Transplanting Soil Blocks, a Biodiversity Rescue Tool
Tag Archives: LEED
Ailing from Indoor Air Pollution? Go Outside!
This afternoon I heard on public radio (Faith Middleton Show) that health problems from indoor air pollution are worst in the most energy efficient, air-tight homes (LEED- certified). I also heard that on average Americans spend less than 95% of … Continue reading
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