Washington: The Ideal Place to Grow Older
In Washington, community villages are thriving as initiatives like Age-Friendly DC make it easier for older adults to live, work and play in the city. Powered by WPeMatico
The project — replete with 26 varieties of plants, including kale, dill and oregano — is an illustration of airports’ efforts to infuse natural elements into their sites.
Mr. Purple, whose real name was David Wilkie, was a familiar presence for decades on the streets of the Lower East Side, who spoke passionately about recycling and protecting the earth.
An architect has led an effort to dump some 40 tons of dirt on the roof of a two-story building and grow organic vegetables.
Admire plants for what they do. Not for what they look like. Powered by WPeMatico
The city, as part of a $2.4 billion project to protect waterways, will add thousands of street-side plots in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens in the coming months. Powered by WPeMatico
Transforming an awkward corner lot into a vibrant rain garden. Powered by WPeMatico
Property owners can help provide migrating and struggling monarch butterflies with a milkweed buffet and then map the insects’ arrival. Powered by WPeMatico
Forget what you know about what grows where. Powered by WPeMatico
The Dutchess County Outdoor Ecological Laboratory was cultivated by botany professors and students in the 1920s, long before native species became a rage. Powered by WPeMatico