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2008 USBG Sustainability Exhibits as of 1/28/08

One Planet - Ours!
The theme of one planet is the unifying theme and will also be demonstrated by COOL GLOBES that will be placed throughout the out of door gardens and inside. www.coolglobes.org

1. Philly Orchard Project – Urban Orchard
2. National Wildlife Federation –Back yard Habitat
3. American Horticultural Society –Green Garage
4. Longwood Gardens – Sustainable Garden
5. EPA Greenscapes- Green front yard
6. Department of Energy – Anatomy of a House
7. Sustainable Sites Initiative – Sustainable Garden
8. SmartGrowth Network – Edible Schoolyard
9. Local Food / Fresh Farm Markets – Vegetable Garden
10. Water for People
11. Builders Without Borders – Strawbale Display & “America’s Green Building Traditions”
12. Mariah Power – Vertical Wind Turbine
13. Solar American Initiative – NG pergola
14. Dept of Energy - Alternative Energy Technology – around outside of NG lawn
15. LBJ Wildflower Center – 1st Ladies Water Garden
16. Earth Partnership – curved wall
17. ACTrees; UNEP; Casey – Tree exhibit NG west turf
18. City of Seattle – Green Factor
19. Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance
20. NAPPC – butterfly garden
21. BGCI – conservation
22. IUCN – Red List
23. NREL – alternative energy work
24. ASLA – green roof
25. American Natural History Museum H2O exhibit panels
26. UMD & NE land grant university extension – Landscape Bloopers
27. EPA Energy Star info printed on table ‘covers’ – (things you can do at home)
28. The Nature Conservancy – invasive species trail (inside and out)
29. Peace Corps
30. UMD & NE land grant university extension services – Turf plot
31. EPA – Green Roof
32. Water collection – East side rain garden from roof
33. DOE solar panels – Southside roof
34. UNEP photos – One Planet Many People
35. Center for New American Dream
36. Chesapeake Bay Foundation
37. National Arboretum – Power Plants
38. MNH- Dig it!
39. Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance
40. P3 Expo and Appalachian State – passive solar/affordable greenhouses
41. Sustainable Sites Initiative


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