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Mar 20 2015

Dam Removal Restores Aquatic life to the Olentangy

  "Eliminating a dam allows fish migration to resume and enables the recolonization of the natural vegetation along the waterway. Once the artificial pool formed by the dam is gone, riffles often form, creating a variety of aquatic habitats. This spawns spikes in animal diversity. Beds of water-willow form on newly exposed rocky shallows, providing cover for young fish. Everything from redhorse sucker fish to dragonflies to stream-loving plants prospers."   Read more at:
Mar 6 2015

Project Spotlight: Lakewood Residence

A beautiful project Greenscapes did for a homeowner in lakewood bordering the majestic shores of Lake Erie. In the front, this project featured "Brussels" block pavers with a "Unigranite" border. The rear patio was made of "Richcliff" pavers, which are designed to look like natural bluestone. The entire property was planted, and natural stone was used throughout.
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