Urban Landscape Information Series
This site is hosted by the University of Minnesota and is part of their
Sustainable Urban Landscape Information Series. The site has a full range
of green landscape information in a most user friendly way. Issues covered
include: Design, Plant Selection, Implementation and Maintenance.
PLANNING, DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT
This site, hosted by the University of Minnesota, contains information
in articles, publications and case studies of progressive landscape planning
and design projects across the United States.
Forest Ecosystem Institute
This is a site dedicated to urban forest issues hosted by CalPoly State
University. It provides information on many trees and what they are appropriate
for in the urban context including pictures, publications, information
on an emerging software tool for urban forest assessment and an extensive
page of links to related organizations.
Architecture World Wide Web Resources
This site is the virtual library of the the University of Toronto's Landscape
Architecture School and contains information and analysis on a range of
landscapes and places.
This is the site is a peer-reviewed journal "Conservation Ecology" that
focuses on the integration of conservation science and policy and provides
current information on many innovative landscape issues.
Ecology & Biogeography
This is a portal to many sites with information on landscape ecology and
biogeography around the world.
This site, hosted by the Australian Permaculture Information & Design
Service, contains a wealth of information from the point of view of the
permaculture movement, including permaculture based design, farming, biodiversity,
health and alternative economics.
Agriculture Notes (by City Farmer)
This site, hosted by Vancouver's own City Farmer - Canada's Office of
Urban Agriculture, contains significant resources from a grassroots point
of view on urban gardening issues, demonstration gardens, articles and
publications, events, training opportunities, and general facts on food
and urban agriculture.