• Note

    Will the real green movement please stand up?
  • Colorful Camera Work

    Documentary on downtown's greenest vision
      Green is the color of grass, of new spring leaves, and of the rolling hills in The Sound of Music. Quite simply, it's the color of nature. But Green Is the Color of Money, also. So asserts the title of Academy Award-winning film director Ben Shedd's latest project, which strives to illustrate, through testimonial, just how cost-effective it can be to build an environmentally friendly place of business. Shedd's 33-minute case study for a high-performance sustainable building chronicles the development and erection of the Banner Bank Building at 10th and Bannock in downtown Boise.
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  • Dirty Deeds

    The trials and rewards of a landscape professional
  • Green Hibernation

    Plant dormancy and winter greenery traditions
  • Garden Gift Giving

    My true love gave to me: a gas mask and a bottle of wine
  • Digging for Spring Color

    Tulipmania and other psychosocial substrates
      Just as the plant material of the desert is foreign to the acidic conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest, so might tulips be to Boise had Jonny Appleseed not enticed settlers ever further west with hard apple cider.
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