Farming for wildlife in Winters

November 19th, 2010 · by Garrison Frost

John Anderson — a longtime friend of Audubon California and as key source of inspiration for our own Landowner Stewardship Program — is profiled in the Daily Democrat today, making his pitch for the benefits of integrating wildlife habitat into modern farming.

Categories: Audubon California · Bird conservation · Bird Habitat · Landowner Stewardship

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  • Native Farming for Habitat Creation « Natural History Wanderings

    [...] Audublog mentioned an article in the Daily Democrat about Hedgerow Farms.  Hedgerow produces native plants and seeds which attract birds and beneficial insects.  Their farming techniques increase native habitat and decrease the need for harmful herbicides.  Hedgerow farms methods reduce erosion and invasive weeds, increase crop yields through native bee pollination and create a visually more attractive field.  Hedgerow farms produces native seeds and plants for habitat restoration and landscaping.  To learn more go to Hedgerow Farms and  the Daily Democrat article Winters farmers shows off native crops [...]