Reducing Tree Vandalism

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Bernard Houston Redland January 20, 2009 06:41 PM

I am interested in any programs that have successfully reduced vandalism to trees in public spaces.

I am particularly interested in programs that have engaged local communities…

Behavior Analysis and Environmental Protection: Where Have all the Flowers Gone?

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Geller, E. S. (1991). Behavior analysis and environmental protection: Where have all the flowers gone?. ?, ?, ?, 269-273.

Who Has Used the FSB Process on i) Land Management Anywhere? Or ii) for Anything in Australia?

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Karen Alexander July 17, 2008 08:19 AM

Hi all,

My request for actual projects that had used FSB process on changing behaviour on weeds in se Australia didn't get me very far (though thanks to those who did respond) so…

Cat Curfews and Buying Sustainable Wood Products (FSC)

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Edith Macdonald Wellington January 08, 2008 04:36 PM

We're looking at launching an initiative that encourages our visitors to go home and do things that will help the animals they just saw at our zoo. For some of the behaviours…

Seeking Information on Programmes to Encourage Private Landowners to Restore and Maintain Riparian Environments

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Jo Campbell North Shore, Auckland January 11, 2007 06:15 AM

Hi there!

My name is Jo Harrison, I am the Environmental Programmes Coordinator at North Shore City Council, Auckland, New Zealand. This year, we want to run a community…

Economic Value of Retaining Local Trees

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Sue Dempster Bedford November 14, 2005 08:09 PM

I am trying to find information/research on the short term or long term dollar value of retaining local trees along road reserves and Public Open Spaces (POS) within developments.…

Local Native Plants - Supply and Demand

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Graeme Gibson November 09, 2005 06:43 AM

Hi

Part of a project we are working on aims to increase supply (by nurseries) and demand (by the public) of local native plants in a specific area. By local native we mean…

Encouraging and Recognising Urban Gardens for Habitat

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Andrew Smith October 06, 2005 07:20 PM

Hello listserve members,

In Tasmania we are looking at developing a program that recognises gardeners who consider and encourage wildlife to use their gardens (Gardens for…

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