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Brighten October Nights

The twinkling and soft glow of lighting in your therapeutic garden extends its use into these autumn months, when the dark of night begins to [Read More…]

Affordable Senior Housing Opens in Philly

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s latest housing facility in East Kensington offers senior-friendly apartments designed by Cecil Baker + Partners.

JASA Celebrates Revitalization

Excerpt from article in The Wave… Jack Carman, a New Jersey State Licensed Landscape Architect, designs therapeutic outdoor environments that include JASA’s on Beach 19th [Read More…]

Care Recipients as Caregivers

This season, allow the tables to turn and present opportunities for older adults to serve as caregivers, instead of simply care recipients. With guidance, older adults of varying abilities can once again feel the sense of purpose and confidence that accompanies doting on living things within your therapeutic garden.

Making a case for therapeutic gardens

By: Eric Herr, For the Courier-Post 2:21 p.m. EDT August 19, 2016 When Jack Carman of Medford started his own business, Designs for Generations, more [Read More…]

Zucchini Butter

One pound of zucchini will yield approximately one cup of zucchini butter. Ingredients: 1 lb. zucchini ⅛ cup butter or olive oil 1 minced shallot [Read More…]

Too Much of a Good Thing

There comes a time in every gardener’s life when they look at the bounty they’ve grown and think, “This is too much.” Typically, in August [Read More…]

Universal design and the outdoor landscape

A landscape architect explains why safe and accessible outdoor environments are important for all ages Universal design, within homes and community buildings, is on the [Read More…]

Made for Shade

Shading people and plants from the direct rays of the fierce July sun help to protect the health and wellbeing of both. Creating a shaded, [Read More…]