OREGON – If your yard or garden needs a boost for birds and wildlife, more privacy, or a good windbreak, creating a new hedgerow just might be in your future.
Hedgerows not only add interest and beauty, they also improve the biodiversity of one’s yard, garden or property. Spring is a great time to get started.
Lucas Nipp, East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District’s senior conservationist, has installed more than half a mile of pollinator hedgerows at Headwaters Farm just outside Gresham.
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