Cues to Care: Are city landowners willing to make ecological landscapes?
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Hostetler, Mark. 2021. “Cues to Care: Are City Landowners Willing to Make Ecological Landscapes? WEC444/UW489, 12/2021”. EDIS 2021 (6). Gainesville, FL.


The purpose of this fact sheet is to inform homeowners, developers, and city officials about potential considerations to make urban landscapes more eco-friendly, to improve urban biodiversity, and to explore avenues to install more environmentally friendly landscapes that provide wildlife habitat and reduce natural resource consumption.
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