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Harvest at the Oak Creek Center for Urban Horticulture. Photo by Hannah O'Leary.

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Registration is open for the third annual Natural Resources Leadership Academy
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How to successfully replant riparian areas
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Gardeners can help control invasive species
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WaterWise gardening
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A sustainable landscape uses minimal water, fertilizers, pesticides, labor and building materials.
 
It’s about making changes and informed choices, even small ones, that improve the quality of our lives and of the planet for future generations.

Featured Question

I have what I believe is a Kirk Walnut in my yard. It has a large hollow that is gathering water. I'm worried that this watery situation will rot the heart of the tree. I'd love to preserve this historic beauty. It doesn't look like it could be cut off so water doesn't collect in there. Someone suggested cement? I am seeking expert advice.

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