Published on Oct 7, 2014
Why is it so important to plant native plants? Cathy Downs from the Native Plant Society of Texas illustrates how to save water, beautify our vision, and feed our valuable wildlife all year long. Host: Tom Spencer.
Published on July 10, 2014
Published on Jul 3, 2014 | In the United States, we have lost most of the tallgrass prairie. Learn more about how we are making positive changes and reestablishing biodiversity. The project has been successful and continues to make great strides in a healthier ecosystem, while providing nutritious grass-raised beef.
Published on Jun 20, 2013 | Get Wild, Go Native! Native gardening is good for our air, our water and us. Join our “Go Native” group to learn about all of the ways you can “Get Wild” in your life! Sign up at nature.org/GoNative to receive monthly “Plant This, Not That” gardening tips and updates on new featured gardens from across the Midwest.
Published on Jul 3, 2014 | The Mission of the Institute for Applied Ecology. Interview with: Tom Kaye, Ph.D. Executive Director, Melanie Gisler, Program Director, and Peter Moore, Restoration Ecologist, of Institute for Applied Ecology Corvallis, Oregon. http://www.appliedeco.org
IAE is a nonprofit organization with a mission to conserve native species and habitats through restoration, research, and education.
IAE specializes in endangered species propagation and restoration, the population dynamics of rare plants, population viability analysis, and monitoring.
Published on Apr 24, 2014 | It’s easy to propagate many native plants. John Dromgoole from The Natural Gardener gives us the basics to multiply your favorite drought-tough plants.
Published on Apr 11, 2014 | Join Kim Eierman of EcoBeneficial! for an interview with Annie White about her research on the attractiveness of native plant cultivars versus straight species native plants. Annie is a Ph.D student at the University of Vermont in the Department of Plant and Soil Science.
Published Jan 1, 2014 | This is video #1 in the “Protecting What You Love” video series produced by Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council. This video focuses on the benefits of bioengineering techniques to create natural shorelines verses hard armoring (seawalls).
This is video #2 in the “Protecting What You Love” video series produced by Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council. This video focuses on the benefits of greenbelts and the use of native plants in your waterfront landscaping to protect our lakes, rivers, and streams.
This is video #3 in the “Protecting What You Love” video series produced by Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council. This video focuses on the benefits of using native plants in your waterfront landscaping.
For more information, visit watershedcouncil.org.