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Saturday, October 20, 2018

10/22/18 - Botanist Ginny Stibolt joined Janeane on KUCI 88.9fm


LISTEN to today's conversation with Ginny Stibolt!

Climate-Wise Landscaping presents hundreds of practical actions to help homeowners and gardeners shrink the carbon footprint of every landscape, and create yards that will grow and flourish. Ideal for homeowners, gardeners, and landscape professionals who want to make their gardens and landscapes a more natural part of the world and easier to maintain and more beautiful too. Answering simple questions about lawns, flowers, native plants and more.

Sue Reed is a landscape architect from Massachusetts with 30 years of experience designing environmentally sound, climate-wise landscapes. She is also the author of Energy-Wise Landscape Design.

Ginny Stibolt is a botanist and has written 4 peer-reviewed books on Florida gardening and hundreds of articles. Her website is www.GreenGardeningMatters.com




ABOUT GINNY STIBOLT

Ginny Stibolt, a freelance writer, botanist, and experienced gardener, is the author of The Art of Maintaining a Florida Native Landscape and Sustainable Gardening for Florida, and coauthor of Organic Methods for Vegetable Gardening in Florida.

ABOUT CLIMATE-WISE LANDSCAPING
What can we do, right now, in our own landscapes, to help solve climate change? Predictions about future effects of climate change range from mild to dire - but we're already seeing warmer winters, hotter summers, and more extreme storms. Proposed solutions often seem expensive and complex, and can leave us as individuals at a loss, wondering what, if anything, can be done. Sue Reed and Ginny Stibolt offer a rallying cry in response - instead of wringing our hands, let's roll up our sleeves. Based on decades of experience, this book is packed with simple, practical steps anyone can take to beautify any landscape or garden, while helping protect the planet and the species that call it home. Topics include: Working actively to shrink our carbon footprint through mindful landscaping and gardening Creating cleaner air and water Increasing physical comfort during hotter seasons Supporting birds, butterflies, pollinators, and other wildlife. This book is the ideal tool for homeowners, gardeners, and landscape professionals who want to be part of the solution to climate change.

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