Tag: ecology

A Desert Town of 80 People That’s Only 5% Complete
A Desert Town of 80 People That’s Only 5% Complete

Imagine this: you’re driving around the Arizona desert, about an hour north of Phoenix, when suddenly, you see a city rising above the sands. It’s all made of giant futuristic arches and looks pretty much […] Read More

Meacham Conversations: Amy Wright 2019-10-25
Meacham Conversations: Amy Wright 2019-10-25

Jackson: I want to welcome you to the Meacham Conversations, and today we have Amy Wright. How’re you doing? Wright: Great. Jackson: Pretty good. um Why don’t we start by having you read a poem […] Read More

WATER IS LIFE – The Water Retention Landscape of Tamera
WATER IS LIFE – The Water Retention Landscape of Tamera

[Music] you [Music] buzzer mislead water is life water is the most important thing the whole world is 70% water dearly Alice we animals everything’s 70% water water is a key issue for the survival […] Read More

How to plant Gherkins * preparation *

Vegetables gardening, grow gherkins, summer gardening in Greece. Vegetables and herbs garden. Home gardening ideas and methods. Another episode of Garden Tales. This episode is about : How to plant Gherkins * preparation * Simple […] Read More

Wind River Range
Wind River Range

When you think of the Rocky Mountains you probably think of Colorado or the Tetons but the Wind River Range seen behind me is quite possibly the quintessential mountain range of the Rockies The Wind […] Read More

Kate Orff: Reviving New York’s rivers — with oysters!
Kate Orff: Reviving New York’s rivers — with oysters!

I am passionate about the American landscape and how the physical form of the land, from the great Central Valley of California to the bedrock of Manhattan, has really shaped our history and our character. […] Read More

Resilient Landscapes
Resilient Landscapes

What’s going on down here in Southwestern Utah with our Resilient Landscapes Collaborative is the right thing to do. This is the future of natural resource management. we’re doing things on a meaningful scale across […] Read More

Frank Lloyd Wright | HOW TO SEE Wright’s landscape designs with Therese O’Malley and Jennifer Gray
Frank Lloyd Wright | HOW TO SEE Wright’s landscape designs with Therese O’Malley and Jennifer Gray

Jen: Well my key object is the Jensen Graphic, and it’s a very little known project. It’s a graphic design that Frank Lloyd Wright created for his friend the landscape architect Jens Jensen. And it’s […] Read More

Michael Pawlyn: Using nature’s genius in architecture
Michael Pawlyn: Using nature’s genius in architecture

I’d like to start with a couple of quick examples. These are spinneret glands on the abdomen of a spider. They produce six different types of silk, which is spun together into a fiber, tougher […] Read More