April 16, 2016

Storm Water Management and Wetland Restoration

Whether you are along the Hudson River from Hastings to Peekskill or along the sound from New Rochelle NY to Greenwich Connecticut your are affected by storm water and wetlands. How we manage rainfall and our fresh water resources is critical to the physical, ecological and economic well being of our communities. Nothing cleans water better than native wetland plants 

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April 6, 2016

Installing a Porous Pave Driveway – Rye NY

We have removed four layers of asphalt on this Rye, NY property to enable us to install a washed gravel base to construct a porous asphalt driveway which will allow rainfall/stormwater to infiltrate the ground without runoff. This satisfies the Sustainable Site Initiative for Green Infrastructure. After carting and removal of all base material to Queen City Recycling in New 

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March 11, 2016

Storm Water and Drainage Systems – Bronxville & Larchmont NY

Managing storm water in our landscapes is critical to sustainability. There are many ways to manage rainwater in our landscape. 1. We designed and constructed this gravel courtyard (Bronxville, NY) with an active water feature (a recirculating stone bubbler/fountain) as a focal point of this very natural landscape design utilizing existing stone repurposed to create a patterned walkway and patio/surround 

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February 11, 2016

Dream Window / Lakeside Masterpiece – Westchester County

We’ve created this extraordinary composition here in Westchester County, Dream Window / Lakeside Masterpiece. It features combined elements of nature, the far east as well as Australian and European influences. The project includes regular maintenance and management of this lakeside property. Part of the scope of this project was to use locally sourced stone to enhance the steps leading down 

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June 15, 2015

Wetland Landscaping Ideas – Westchester, Putnam and Fairfield Counties

Do you have wetlands on or adjacent to your North Eastern US property? It’s critical to human survival that we preserve our vanishing wetland areas. A walk through the wetlands areas in the New York Botanical Garden gives creative ideas on how to preserve and protect your wetland area, and re-introduce some of the original plant species native to wetlands 

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