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    Michigan Greenacres: Natural Landscaping Resource List Michigan Greenacres: Natural Landscaping Resource List Document Transcript

    • March 1998United States Region 5 Illinois, Indiana,Environmental Protection 77 West Jackson Boulevard Michigan, Minnesota,Agency Chicago, Illinois 60604 Ohio, Wisconsin Beneficial LandscapingMICHIGAN Michigan Resources(800) 621-8431 www.epa.gov/greenacres/NURSERIES, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS, ECOLOGISTS, CONSULTANTS, ANDCONTRACTORSDisclaimer: Below is a list of potential sources where you may obtain further information.The following list of nurseries, seed sources, landscape architects, ecologists, consultants, andcontractors does not imply any endorsement or recommendation by the Federal Government. Thisis not a complete list of resources. It is intended to be an aid to those seeking initial guidance onnative landscaping.Additional information can be found at: http://www.epa.gov/greenacres/ or call (800) 621-8431 fromRegion 5 States.Below is a list of potential sources where you may obtain further information.Ann Arbor Department of Parks and Recreation, Natural Area Preservation 1831 Traver Road,Ann Arbor, MI 48105 ; (313) 996-3266 (Series of pamphlets on native trees, shrubs, wildflowers,vines, grasses, sedges, ferns, and landscaping.)Autumn Glade Botanicals, 46857 W. Ann Arbor Trail, Plymouth, MI 48170;fax: (313) 459-2604Beal Botanical Garden, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824; Tel: (517)355-7750; http://www.cpp.msu.edu/beal/beal.htm . (Systematic display of native species.)Far North Gardens, P.O. Box 126, New Hudson, MI 48165Grass Roots Nursery, 24765 Bell Road, New Boston, MI 48164Hartmanns Plantation, Inc., P.O. Box E, 310 60th Street, Grand Junction, MI 49056;Tel: (616) 253-4281International BioEnt Enterprises, 14174 Hoffman Road, Three Rivers, MI 49093;Tel: (616) 278-3075Kalamazoo Wildflower Nursery, 922 Grant, Kalamazoo, MI 49008; Tel: (616) 342-4910(Collects from lower Michigan and South Bend, Indiana , area.)The Michigan Wildflower Farm, 11771 Cutler Road, Portland, MI 48875; Tel: (517) 647-6010Needlefest Evergreens, 4075 W. Hansen Road, Ludington, MI 49431Nesta Prairie Perennials, 1019 Miller Road, Kalamazoo, MI 49001; Tel: 1-(800) 233-5025University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment, 430 East University,Ann Arbor, MI; Tel: (313) 764-2376
    • University of Nebraska, Department of Horticulture, 377K Plant Science Hall, Lincoln, NE 68583 (402)472-2854 (Information about PrairieScapes: landscapes and gardens that help prevent pollution;environmentally sound landscaping for prairie region.)Van Pines, 7550 144th Avenue, West Olive, MI 49460Wildflower Association of Michigan, P.O. Box 80527, Lansing, MI 48908-0527.The Wild Ones -Ann Arbor Chapter, P.O. Box 23576, Milwaukee, WI 53223(Natural landscaping organization.)The Wildside, 4815 Valley Avenue, Hudsonville, MI 49426(Collects in 50-mile radius; works with woody native plants.)Michigan-Related LiteratureLiving with Michigan Wetlands: A Landowners Guide, Wilfred Cwikiel, Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council,Conway, MI 1996. [Voluntary wetland protection, enhancement and restoration, wetland regulation, gettinghelp. (616) 347-1181)]Michigan Flora: A Guide to the Identification and Occurrence of the Native and Naturalized Seed-Plants ofthe State. Part I. Gymnosperms and Monocots, E.G. Voss, Cranbrook Institute of Science, BloomingtonHills, MI, 1972.Michigan Flora: A Guide to the Identification and Occurrence of the Native and Naturalized Seed-Plants ofthe State. Part II. Dicots (Saururaceae-Cornaceae), E.G. Voss, Cranbrook Institute of Science,Bloomington Hills, MI, 1985.