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EcoBeneficial! Useful Landcsape Tips to Improve Our Environment
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Planting a meadow or creating a native garden? Learn why native seeds can be an inexpensive and ecological answer, as Kim Eierman of EcoBeneficial interviews Calvin Ernst of Ernst Conservation Seeds.

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Hear why native seeds are not only good for the environment, but are good business too, as Kim Eierman talks with Calvin Ernst, President and Founder of Ernst Conservation Seeds.

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The connection between Monarch Butterflies and milkweed plants has practically become common knowledge with the news of the Monarch facing extinction.  But did you know how robust a milkweed community really is?  The handy book, Milkweed, Monarchs and…

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Question: Should I feed birds in winter, and if so, what should I feed them? Answer: I think you should feed birds all year round! But perhaps, not exactly in the way you might be thinking. This is a more complex topic that most people realize. Water for…

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Losing weight and curbing bad habits don’t have to be the only resolutions you make for the New Year. How about adopting some resolutions that will have a positive impact on the environment around you?  Here are 5 ecological landscape resolutions worth…

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Wooded areas are not only beautiful, but they can be ecological wonderlands filled with life. Whether you have a wooded area or want to establish one, pick up a copy of the book: The Woods in Your Backyard: Learning to Create and Enhance Natural Areas…

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Native Plant Research at the Mt. Cuba Center with George Coombs

Great garden plant or garden slacker?  This is a question that the Mt. Cuba Center in Hockessin, Delaware has sought to answer, giving gardeners and green industry professionals a helping hand in selecting native plants.  Since 2002, Mt. Cuba, has…

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Question: My neighbors are constantly blowing leaves off their yard.  Besides being noisy and annoying, I know it’s not good for the environment.  How can I convince them to stop? Answer: Leaf blowing has become an obsession in America.  At this time of…

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Many of our native plants are edible and nutritious.  Eastern Prickly Pear Cactus is a native ground cover that offers a tasty treat for humans and pollinators.  Learn more about Opuntia humifusa with Kim Eierman of EcoBeneficial!
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