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As a Master Gardener
of the Penn State Extension of Montgomery County, Marc Radell has volunteered more than 5,000 hours conducting educational outreach about eco-friendly gardening, native plants, and attracting wildlife. Now in emeritus status, he lives on a 4.5-acre property certified as a National Wildlife Federation Backyard Habitat and Monarch Butterfly Way Station. His goal is to reestablish native plant communities in meadows, ponds, and wooded areas in order to provide suitable habitat for birds, insects, and other wildlife. Professionally, Marc worked as an environmental attorney and consultant before taking an early retirement.