Lora's th land_use_presentation

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Lora's th land_use_presentation

  1. 1. Nice areas: Entry drive Terraced side of cob garden Beds around 100 unit Shrub bed at east end of main building Beds along main building walkway Shade garden at community house Red maple tree
  2. 2. Overgrown, dense areas, and/or lacking understory vegetation: Front of main house Back slope of main house Along berm walkway Front terrace of main building North side of Unit 100
  3. 3.  Optimizing level areas for human activity, stacking         functions, flexible spaces Providing covered areas to give protection from sun or rain to expand year round use Optimizing sunny areas for growing food and flowering plants Improving access to make paths easier and more accessible Creating walking loops Defining paths to reduce impacts to natural areas, and providing access to maintain and restore them Vegetation management through pruning to rejuvenate, transplanting or replacement to open up space and light. Restore understory layers of vegetation. Establish areas that are OK for kids to play in nature
  4. 4. DOT VOTING- PRIORITIZATION OF COMMUNITY DESIRES - OCTOBER 5, 2013 Item Fire pit/circle/place for gathering Green Yellow Kid Green Grassy areas for play and hanging out; more open green space Accomodations for raising chickens 3 11 5 3 1 2 9 9 Create small, intimate gathering places for 2 or 3 people (covered) Kids access to nature play Improve seating around cob bench Create place to gather and cook or grill and dine outside 12 6 9 1 6 3 5 3 2 4 5 3 2 Total 2 3 1 Kid Yellow 1 16 2 12 12 12 3 11 2 2 2 4 5 Kids wants: frog pond, tree house, tree swing, zip line Better use of clothesline area Named silent meditation/quiet spot Comfortable accessable place on deck More places to stop, sit and appreciate in quite Create individual garden plots (i.e. community gardenstyle) More plants in courtyard to soften architecture; vertical gardens Provide place for community garden structures (greenhouse, tool shed, compost, etc.) More places to grow food (raised beds, portable containers) Improve quality of natural areas Covered garbage/recycle area Better accomodation for drying clothing outside Trails away from erosion zones Perhaps a cob oven Notes 1 11 Some community members strongly 14 opposed. Kids placed dots on individual items: tree 12 house (4); frog pond (1); zip line (3) 10 8 8 6 3 4 2 One kid had a strong interest in this but 5 could not vote for it over other 2 choices. 4 4 3 4 1 3 3 1 1 1 4 3 3 1 1 1
  5. 5. …. And a quite spot to sit alone

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