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Marc Radell is a Master Gardener Emeritus 
of the Penn State Extension of Montgomery County. He was on active status as a Master Gardener Volunteer for over 15 years and volunteered more than 4,000 hours during that time, mostly through conducting educational outreach about eco-friendly gardening, native plants, and attracting wildlife. Marc lives on a 4.5 acre property in central Montgomery County, which is certified as a National Wildlife Federation Backyard Habitat and a Monarch Butterfly Way Station. His goal is to reestablish native plant communities and thus attract birds, butterflies, and other wildlife. Professionally, Marc works as an Environmental Planning Manager at a leading engineering firm.