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Native Plants: The Basis of a Healthy Ecosystem


You may have learned in school how all plants contribute to the “circle of life” by making the energy of the sun available to animals, including humans. Did you also know that native plants are especially important to maintaining healthy ecosystems? Learn more about how you can improve the local environment – and at the same time add beauty and reduce maintenance – by using native plants in your yard. We'll discuss the many benefits of native plants and some sure hits for your own landscape. 

 

Marc Radell


 
Materials will be updated for May 13, 2020 web-based presentation.

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