A guide for using native trees and shrubs to increase diversity and improve habitat
Transportation Enhancements Go Beyond Just “Beautification” Transportation enhancement plantings along our state and federal highways and our county roads are critical elements of a complete road system.
Pollinators are vitally important to humans and wildlife. Bees, butterflies, moths, other insects and hummingbirds are “keystone” species – that is, many other plant and animal species depend upon themContinue reading “Pollinator Primer”
Pollinators need a diverse mix of blooming flowers all through the growing season for forage (April-October). Native tree and shrub species provide some of the first food sources for pollinatorsContinue reading “Trees and Shrubs for Pollinators”