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BACKYARD HABITATS AND HUMANE GARDENING

With the increase of urban sprawl, bird and wildlife habitats are diminishing across the country, creating a bigger need to create backyard habitats, where birds, insects and wildlife can not only survive, but thrive. This means we need to learn how to garden humanely by planting native plants, and also refrain from the use of harmful chemical-ridden fertilizers and pesticides.

Listen to the Big Blend Radio interview with Adam M. Roberts “The Compassionate Conservationist who discusses the need for humans and wildlife to coexist and the importance of growing an environmentally sustainable garden that acts as a backyard oasis for birds and beneficial insects, as well as local wildlife like deer and raccoons. He advises the gardening resource book by Nancy Lawson, “The Humane Gardener: Nurturing a Backyard Habitat for Wildlife”, as well as purchasing native plants from local nurseries and vendors.

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