Sustainable landscapes are responsive to the environment and can positively contribute to the development of healthy communities. [They] help sequester carbon, clean the air, promote water conservation, prevent resource depletion, and create value through significant economic, social, and environmental benefits.

By 2020, most regions of California "will implement practices for the built landscape, reducing critical resource use, protecting water quality, and improving ecological health for our communities."
(ReScape California)


CA Native Public and Botanic Gardens