The Dry Garden on a Rainy Day

December 11, 2009 § 5 Comments

Creekfreak gets a nod in Emily Green’s Dry Garden blog in the online edition of the LA Times today as we talk about how to bring the creekfreak ethos into your garden.  Follow the water – and the link – for more.

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§ 5 Responses to The Dry Garden on a Rainy Day

  • Shelley says:

    this is a great article Jessica, congratulations again. the more people hear the message the closer we get to a sane and sensible and BEAUTIFUL use of our water and land!

  • Georgia says:

    I really enjoyed the Times article; you do great work. Also, discovered a new blog (http://chanceofrain.com/) and a new nature-made site (Bimini Slough Ecology Park).

    • Jessica Hall says:

      Hi Georgia, yes Chance of Rain is wonderful. And I’m excited that you’re in NYC talking about ecology – with population trends as they are, we have to make a shift in urban design to account for our natural processes. Am wondering, has anyone mapped the culverted streams of New York City? I have heard accounts of them (flooded basements etc) and think it would be fun for people to re-imagine the City.

  • […] I was glad to see that my co-blogger Jessica promoted this park in Emily Green’s recent L.A. Times column entitled The Dry Garden: Capturing the spirit of L.A.’s streams, even…. Here’s an excerpt: No matter how many rain barrels we put out and percolation pits we dig, […]

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