Thursday, January 10, 2013

Joe Neal touts Bruce Shackleford's pamphlet, "Go native when you go green"

What to plant? What NOT to plant? What trees, shrubs, vines, grasses, and wildflowers work best here? These are all issues that come up when we connect bird diversity with plants.
Bruce Shackleford, president of Environmental Consulting Operations, Inc prepared an interesting pamphlet, "Go native when you go green. Making the right choices to keep the natural heritage of the Ozarks in northwest Arkansas." There's what TO plant and what NOT to plant. You can find the pamphlet here on the Northwest Arkansas Audubon Society web site:

This is a page still under development with more content to come. The Shackleford pamphlet is there now, as well as a link to Audubon Arkansas's list of plants suitable for birds and butterflies in Arkansas.

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