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The Northeast has a rich biological landscape that has become increasingly fragmented by development. Join us to learn why bringing diversified hedges into the landscape will provide wildlife habitat, foster healthy soils and provide a variety of food and medicinal crops. Connor Stedman of Appleseed Permaculture will present the concept of hedgerows as a part of a nuanced vision of a regional effort to create a more ecologically diverse and resilient landscape. Connor will be joined by Curtis Dragon, an Accredited Organic Land Care Professional in Essex County, MA, to offer local examples of both traditional and more diversified hedges.
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