Thursday, October 06, 2005

Gardening - FEATURE-Sweat, fire help bring U.S. Midwest prairies back

FEATURE-Sweat, fire help bring U.S. Midwest prairies back
Reuters - By Andrew Stern NORTHBROOK, Ill, Oct 3 (Reuters) - Restoring vanished prairies that looked to long-ago observers like an endless inland grass sea covering the U.S. city, much of it is a dense tangle of shrubs and trees like garlic mustard and buckthorn that were either introduced or

Tonight's special: Reality marketing
Seattle Post Intelligencer - Lynne Robinson's home in Bellevue is like any other -- ringed in flowers and shrubs, full of the sounds of a happy family of four. But inside, an experiment is unfolding.

Heat around the bush Is shrub growth adding to climate change in the Arctic?
SignOn San Diego - By Richard A. Lovett UNION-TRIBUNE October 5, 2005 Longer summers are seen in the north In 1999, Matthew Sturm of the U.S. was still largely ground-hugging tundra, but shrubs such as willow, alder and dwarf birch had brushier landscape of alder, willow and birch shrubs. Increased shrubbery appears to

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