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ASLA: Online Guide To Green Infrastructure
American Society of Landscape Architects online guide provides information and resources on green infrastructure, including Overview Of The Benefits, Forests & Nature Reserves, Wildlife Habitat & Corridors, Cities, Constructed Wetlands, Green Streets, and Green Roofs & Walls.

SSI: Sustainable Sites Initiative
Sustainable Sites Initiative provides voluntary US national guidelines and performance benchmarks for sustainable land design, construction and maintenance practices.

WBDG: Community & Site Planning For Green Residential Design
Whole Building Design Guide outlines the principles and process for effective community and site planning for green residential design.
Procedures

Planting Acorns: Ground Penetrating Radar For Pre-Construction
Planting Acorns describes how ground-penetrating radar, long used in some waste-site assessments, can generate two or three dimensional information about what lies beneath a planned construction site.

US HUD: Innovative Site Utility Installations
US Department of Housing & Urban Development document describes many innovative, cost-saving methods and materials being used across the US to reduce site utility costs for residential developments. (PDF)
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