Designing Habitat for Multiple Benefits: Wildlife, Soil, Water and Carbon – Webinar
January 24, 2017
2:00 pm US/Eastern
Using a farm case study, participants will learn strategies to design habitat restoration projects that address multiple resource concerns simultaneously. The idea is not necessarily to create a different practice or habitat project for each resource concern, but rather how to address multiple concerns within a single project. For this webinar, the case study will be a native grassland / meadow (conservation cover) restoration project adjacent to an almond orchard in California’s Central Valley. Speakers will highlight how the project was designed to improve soil health, prevent run-off into waterways, be attractive to pollinators and other beneficial insects, and sequester carbon.
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Tags: Pollinator Conservation