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We visit the floating gardens in the Chicago river. We employ water conservation into all of our designs and advocate for the river as public space.

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How on earth would you feed a city of over 200,000 people when the land around you was a swampy lake? Seems like an impossible task, but the Aztec managed it by creating floating gardens known as c…

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In the April issue of Sunset Magazine , there was a call for readers with vegetable gardens to submit a picture to the magazine's Facebook f...

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Mini floating treatment wetland | IPO 300 | BioHaven® Floating Treatment Wetland islands provides nesting habitat, improves pond water quality & more.

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Floating gardens are having a renaissance. Faced with the realities of climate change, this centuries-old technique is being adapted in different parts of the world to solve twenty-first century challenges. The first floating gardens were built hundreds of years ago in Mexico and can still be enjoyed today (in part

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Build an Aztec Water Garden: Grow vegetables in your pond with an Aztec Water Garden. It's a great shelter for your fish and adds a new dimension to your pond!See more information and transcripts at: www.pondplantgirl.com/aztec.htm and www.pondplantgirl.com/aztec2.htm

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Step-by-step tutorial on constructing a floating hydroponic garden, provided by University of Florida/IFAS Extension. Also on Virtual Field Day web site: htt...

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I read a tutorial on how to make these on another webstie. It looked easy enough, so I bought the supplies yesterday, and whipped one up this morning lickety split - less than 10 minutes. I substituted power lock cable ties for the plastic screws, as my husband had a huge container of the...

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Imagine the Valley of Mexico, home of the Aztec people and present day Mexico City, in 1519, when the Spanish first arrived. What comes to mind first? Human Sacrifice? Well, there was some of that going on… but let’s not go there. The Aztec empire at that time was supporting a population of 5-6 million […]

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