Camilla Landscape Design 2012 August

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From Lawn & Landscape: Design Details

Posted August 16th, 2012 by nicole

Changing the method of treating a lawn is the first thing a company might think to do when deciding to go organic. But lawn care isn’t the only way you can become more organic. Design/build companies can also become more environmentally conscious in the plans they propose to customers. Camilla Warden, owner of Camilla Landscape Design in Brookfield Conn., thinks organic in her design plans. She is a member of the Northeast Organic Farming Association, an organization that teaches organic is more of a system.

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From the NewsTimes.com: Lake buffer garden comes to life

Posted August 15th, 2012 by nicole

DANBURY — The day was sunny and a gentle breeze carried strains of string music during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Lake Kenosia Buffer Garden.

Some 100 people turned out Saturday to tour the lake by kayak and canoe and walk along the buffer and rain gardens.

Read more: http://www.newstimes.com/local/article/Lake-buffer-garden-comes-to-life-3680120.php#ixzz23dgInePf