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News

2017

Spa Creek awaits start of restoration project (Capital Gazette, Annapolis, MD)

Planning for Social Equity (Land Lines, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy)

Building from the neighborhood up (Building Design + Construction)

2016

Cleveland Metroparks moving earth for a bit of heaven, as Acacia returns to nature (Cleveland.com)

Boulder Architecture Firms Aid in Native American Collaborative Community Plan

More Green Space Planned for Ivy-Emmet Entrance Corridor (UVA Today)

Biohabitats featured in new publication, Naturalize Urbana, by Maria Mejia with The Alexander von Humboldt Institute. 

Sagamore Rolls Out Plans For East Waterfront Park (SouthBmore.com)

Baltimore design panel raves about Port Covington park (The Daily Record)

2015

Living Building is a New-Zero Energy Education Center (Engineering.com)

Library Square Greening and Stormwater Restoratio (Blue Water Baltimore Water Blog)

Floating Islands To Help Protect Jamaica Bay Shorelines (Water Environment Federation Stormwater Report)

Building a Vibrant Practice (ASLA The Field)

We can Mimic Nature to Better Manage Water (ASLA The DIRT)

Based in a former horse barn, Biohabitats creates new ecosystems (Baltimore Sun)

Final phase of Flewellen Creek Restoration Underway (YourHoustonNews.com)

Undammed: Bishopville Project a Success (MD DNR News)

Out of Their Comfort Zone: Students Merge Ecology and Design in Baltimore (Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies)

Portland’s largest residential development in years officially wraps up (Portland Business Journal)

Community Celebrates Bishopville Pond Restoration Effort (The Dispatch, Ocean City, MD)

Pilot Program Aims to Save Jamaica Bay’s Shrinking Marshes (New York Times)

Wetland Protection Measures Launched in the Rockaways

Plans revealed that would raise Merriweather’s roof (Baltimore Sun)

Portland Community is a Sustainability Game Changer (Multi-Housing News)

Wooden Pavilions by Lake Flato create an education centre in the Texas landscape (Dezeen)

Mayor Breaks Ground on Vacant Lot Restoration Program (Chesapeake Bay Foundation) 

The Willow School unveils its new center (MyCentralJersey.com)

2015 River Summit shows river development progress (WANE-TV, Fort Wayne, IN)

Antioch College Village Charrette-Ideas, enthusiasm abound (Yellow Springs News, OH)

College eyes homes on Campus (Yellow Springs News, OH)

2014

Pooling Creativity (Digital Baton Rouge) 

First, we must plan (Currents 2014, Baton Rouge Area Foundation)

National model of restoration: Nine Mile Run (Science Daily)

‘New normal’ approach to conservation comes under fire (mongobay.com)

A Walk in the Woods: An ecologically diverse former plantation becomes an outdoor classroom. (Architectural Record)

Projects create ‘marsh magic’ at Fernhill Wetlands (Portland Tribune, Portland, OR)

Trust in Action: Arundel on the Bay (Maryland Natural Resource)

Trust in Action: Parks and People (Maryland Natural Resource)

Houston firm selected to design LSU lakes master plan (Times-Picayune, New Orleans, LA)

Old bottles make a floating home for new plants (Daily Record, Baltimore, MD)

Library Square’s three-year transformation begins soon (Baltimore Guide)

Net-Zero Water and More: Moving Beyond “Low Flow” (BuildingGreen.com)

Riverfront development is within reach (The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, IN)

Floodplain Restoration as a Means to Meet Water Quality Goals (Water Resources Impact)

Urban development to feature Living Machine (Daily Journal of Commerce, Portland, OR)

Cross Creek Ranch receives restoration award (Houston Chronicle)

2013

DNREC’s remediation and restoration of Mirror Lake in Dover gets under way

Legacy projects go before City Council (Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly) 

Moorhead Environmental Complex: M2 Architecture (CONTEXT, Journal of AIA Philadelphia)

Ecological restoration, science that recovers damaged nature (EROSKI Consumer)

Lloyd District development to bring nearly 660 apartments to area

The Art of Infrastructure: Five projects that explore the intersection of design, engineering, and ecology (Orion Magazine)

Consultant picked to lead $500,000 riverfront study (Fort Wayne, IN News Sentinel)

Biohabitats opens Portland office (Sustainable Business Oregon)

Landscape Architect Keith Bowers (Environment & Landscape Architecture of Korea)

Building Floating Wetlands to Restore Urban Waterfronts and Community Partnerships (National Wetlands Newsletter)

Students track progress of stream (Hudson Hub Times, Hudson, OH)

LANL makes strides in cleaning runoff (lamonitor.com, Los Alamos, NM)

Extremely ‘green’ Bullitt Center makes official debut (Seattle Times)

AP Students receive $15,ooo worth of equipment (Hudson Hub Times)

Why We Must Put Nature Back to Work, Part 1 (Huffington Post Green)

Tributary roars with new life at Hudson High School

How to quit flushing the good stuff. Waste not. (Yes! Winter 2013)

2012

Inside the secret state. (NewScientist)

Restored tributary now flows through Hudson High campus (Beacon Journal, Akron, OH)

Best Idea: Swimmable Harbor by 2020 (City Paper, Baltimore, MD)

Park restoration begins to take shape (The State Journal, Frankfort, KY)

Stream restoration project not ready for visitors (Hudson Hub Times)

Help Launch The Central Park’s Woodlands Conference!

Bowie looks to uproot invasive plants (Gazette.net)

The Incredible Eco-Machine (CBS New York)

New York City Water Resources Challenges And Solutions (Water Resources IMPACT)

To Tackle an Invasive Weed, Bringing In the Hooved Pros (New York Times) 

Profiles in Resilience: Biohabitats (Restore the Mississippi River Delta)

Omega Center Named One of Top Ten Zero-Net Buildings (Construction Digital)

Pittsburgh going buggy with mayflies (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, PA)

Hudson students wade through water for stream restoration (Akron Beacon Journal, OH)

Price tag put on Virginia Tech’s Stadium Woods (The Roanoke Times, VA)

A Tiny Park, Part of Larger Riverfront Plan, Opens in Northwest Philadelphia (CBS)

Tinker’s Creek project to start in June at High School (Hudson Hub Times, OH)

Scientists use algae to scrub harbor water (Baltimore Sun)

Charting Progress: Committee Balances Development, Recreation, Green Spaces On The Chadakoin River (Post-Journal, Jamestown, NY)

Algae scrubber cleans Inner Harbor (WBAL-TV Baltimore)

Floating wetlands to help clean up Inner Harbor (WBAL-TV Baltimore)

Floating Wetlands Grow In Baltimore’s Inner Harbor (WJZ-TV Baltimore)

Glen Ridge resident appointed to baykeeper (Glen Ridge Voice)

Artificial wetlands to grow in Inner Harbor (Baltimore Sun)

Paths sought through southwest neighborhoods to connect to Louisville Loop (Courier-Journal Louisville)

Seeking Cures for North Korea’s Environmental Ills (Science)

Gulf Ads Thank Gulf Senators for Passing Gulf Restoration Amendment