constructed wetlands

Let It Rain
If you spend as much time as I do reading the myriad journals available to the landscape trades, you’ll no doubt have noticed their intense concentration on water quality and preservation.  It’s about time these issues came to the fore:  We’ve spent so much time as a society focusing on making our lives easier that many of us seem to have forgotten that water is a finite resource.   Rest assured:  I’m not somebody who believes that environmentalism is all about undermining the desire for beauty or luxury.  Nonetheless and now more than ever before, it is apparent that we must find ways to manage, preserve and marshal dwindling water resources while at the same time we must continue to offer our clients spaces in which they can gather to enjoy beauty, tranquility or recreation. The hard fact is, only about three percent of the water on this planet can be