Oregon city may turn green roofs into wildlife habitats

04/2/2010 | KGW-TV (Portland, Ore.)

Portland, Ore., wants to transform the city's green roofs into wildlife habitats for birds and insects. Green roofs mimic the habitat of dry riverbeds, according to Tom Liptan, environmental specialist with Portland's Bureau of Environmental Services. "The benefit of an eco-roof is that it provides habitat for various species that are losing that kind of habitat in most urban environments around the world." said Liptan.

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