Parks do more than beautify and enhance a community. They’re also vital for preserving and protecting natural areas and supporting a healthy ecosystem. However, not all green space is as beneficial as you might think. Although most green spaces are an improvement over parking lots or other development from an ecological perspective, they may not […]
With a cloudy sky and wet grey path cutting through the saturated grass, we’ve decided to call today’s biofriendly image of the day, Silver and Green.
On Thursday, February 26th, the City of South Pasadena’s Garfield Park is schedule to receive its official certification from the American Green Zone Alliance for becoming the first municipal park in the country to achieve the status of a “Certified Zero Emission Green Zone.” In an effort to keep its city beautiful, and lower the harmful pollutants residents in the local […]
Once a year, on the third Friday of September, people around the world celebrate PARK(ing) Day. What is PARK(ing) Day? Well, in simple terms, it is a biofriendly way to get your park on. It is a day when people across the globe lay claim to otherwise auto-filled, metered parking spots throughout the city. Then […]
Well, believe it or not we are already half way through February 2011. At this rate we’re going to blow right by spring cleaning and straight into biofriendly tips for summer before you know it. But before that happens, let’s get in this week’s Weekly Greens. Hope you enjoy! Image by sunshne954 1) A Quick […]