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Bay-friendly Landscape Guidelines

Bay-friendly Landscape Guidelines

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Sustainable Practices for the Landscape Professional
BAY-FRIENDLY LANDSCAPE GUIDELINESBAY-FRIENDLY LANDSCAPE GUIDELINES
 
Sustainable Practices for the Landscape Professional
BAY-FRIENDLY LANDSCAPE GUIDELINESBAY-FRIENDLY LANDSCAPE GUIDELINES
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when it tends to preserve the integrity,stability and beauty of the biotic community.” 
SOURCE: ALDO LEOPOLD,
A SAND COUNTY ALMANAC 
 
hese
Bay-Friendly Landscape Guidelines
are written for the professionallandscape industry to offer an integrated approach to environmentally friendly landscaping.The
Guidelines
are organized around seven principles for protecting the environment.By viewing the landscape through the lens of these seven principles,we can see it in adifferent light,such as how plant selection can create or decrease waste or how soilpreparation can prevent or increase runoff.There are fifty-five practices listed under theseseven principles.The practices themselves each include many examples of applications.The applications are meant to be a starting point but are not meant to becomprehensive.It is likely that there are many additional applications for each.On the other hand,some of the practices are repeated under different principles becauseone practice can be integral to more than one principle.In other words,there are a number of critical practices thatcan protect the environment in more than one way.Using mulch,for example,reduces waste,nurtures the soil,conserves water,and creates wildlife habitatThe Bay-Friendly principles,practices,and applications included in these
Guidelines
were selected with guidance fromlandscape architects and designers,contractors,and experts in the many fields represented in these
Guidelines,
as wellas representatives from local public agencies and the staff of StopWaste.Org.Bay-Friendly Landscaping is a program of StopWaste.Org.
 Jim ScanlinAlameda Countywide Clean Water ProgramGlen Schneider Glen Schneider LandscapeChris Shein Wildheart GardensNate SilinNew Growth LandscapeMr. Burt TanoueOffice of Cheryl BartonMichael ThilgenFour Dimensions Landscape Co.
COVER PHOTOS: TOP LEFT AND CENTER RIGHT:MICHAEL THILGEN, FOUR DIMENSIONS LANDSCAPECO. TOP RIGHT: SUSAN REYNOLDS PHOTOGRAPHY.BOTTOM RIGHT: JANE HUBER.PRINTED ON 100% RECYCLED-CONTENT PAPER,50% POST-CONSUMER, BY NEW LEAF,REINCARNATION MATTE.JANUARY 2008 (3RD EDITION)
Michael Baefsky Baefsky & AssociatesKatrine Benninger Katrine Benninger Landscape DesignMichael BolandPresidio Trust Jake Cacciato Jensen Corporation Landscape ContractorsRebecca CoffmanDesign WorksShauna Cozad & Karen Wikler UC Cooperative Extension, Alameda County Tanya Drlik Bio-Integral Resource Center Sharon Farrell & Tamara ShulmanAquatic Outreach Institute(now called The Watershed Project)Christine Finch, Susan Handjian & David LangridgeEast Bay Municipal Utility DistrictGeoff HallSentient Landscape, Inc.Doug JohnsonCalifornia Invasive Plant CouncilManual GonzalesCagwin & DorwardGreg HarringtonUC Berkeley  Jerry KochCity of Berkeley George PachecoPacheco Brothers GardeningBob Perry, Professor EmeritusCal Poly, Pomona
Disclaimer:
The information in these
Guidelines
is provided for consideration by landscape professionals in thecourse of designing, constructingand maintaining new or existinglandscapes. It is presented as apublic service by the AlamedaCounty Waste Management andRecycling Board in an attempt tosupport environmental benefits andreduce costs. The practices in these
Guidelines
are strictly for use on avoluntary basis. They are not asubstitute for the exercise of sound judgment in particular circum-stances and are not intended asrecommendations for particular products or services.
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Teresa Eade, Senior Program Manager StopWaste.Org, teade@StopWaste.OrgCynthia Havstad, Program Manager StopWaste.Org, chavstad@StopWaste.OrgDavid Gilmore, Graphic Designer david@outrightradio.org
Special thanks go to the following landscape professionals and agency representatives for their input,review and commitment to thecompletion of these guidelines:
Acknowledgements
Development Team

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