Select an unused area in your neighborhood that can be converted into a sustainable native garden using at least 10 local, indigenous species. Possibilities include abandoned lots, industrial or business parks, roof tops, green spaces in front of government buildings, street medians, parking lot grass patches, church yards, community parks, or local forest preserves. Complete the following four steps: Find 10 native species by locating your state’s Department of Natural Resources. Complete the Service Planning Table below by listing the key points needed to develop a plan that incorporates the ecological and biological principles of sustainability into your project. Prepare a 700- to 800-word letter to the landowner requesting use of the space for the garden and outline the benefits of a having a native plant species garden within the community. Consider ecosystem services, beautification, and education. The letter should include the points completed from the planning table. Submit both your letter and completed planning table to your instructor.
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