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Why the Buck Stops Here

July 15, 2012

Why the Buck Stops Here

“It’s hosta heaven . . . .”

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Books of Interest

July 14, 2012

Hi all – I thought I would list a few books that I think would be of interest to people interested in this website:

City Form and Natural Process by Michael Hough – he has updated this book recently and I think it is a classic since he talks about natural areas in the city and the benefits both environmental and economic of those areas.

Better not Bigger by Eben Fodor – he makes the case that we need to address the growth problem (both of development and population) in our cities and surrounding areas.

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Wildlife Corridors and Urban Planning

July 13, 2012

Wildlife Corridors and Urban Planning

How wildlife corridors benefit plants, too!

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Coexisting with Urban Critters (Lessons from a Wildlife Biologist)

July 13, 2012

Coexisting with Urban Critters (Lessons from a Wildlife Biologist)

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Deer Family

July 12, 2012

Deer Family

A typical white-tailed deer family relaxing

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Bloomington Alternative article

July 5, 2012

Read the Bloomington Alternative article about the deerĀ 

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Buck Up! Welcome post.

July 5, 2012

Thanks for visiting. Here we will post regular updates about the Deer conversation as it unfolds as well as all relevant news and discussions.