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at the James L Goodwin Forest Conservation Education Center, Hampton, Connecticut

Key Challenges:
• Overgrown gardens with little to no maintenance
• Large deer population
• Limited funds for installation and pamphlet creation

Site Plan

Fig 1. Site plan for the restoration. (Click to open a larger image in another window.)

Solution:
• Designed separate garden ‘rooms’ that allow for phased installation and facilitated development of simple garden plans for homeowners

• Deer resistant plants in plans

• Cooperation with University of Connecticut, Connecticut Forest and Parks Association, Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection which allowed for synergistic use of resources

Amphibian Way Brochure

Fig 2. Sample educational brochure. (Click to open a larger image in another window.)

Click here to visit the James L Goodwin Forest Conservation Education Center Website

Click here to download Ms Yaeger's portfolio for this project [PDF]

Click here to download Ms Yaeger's entire portfolio[PDF]

 

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