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Interview with Dr. Doug Landis – New Research on Beneficial Insects & Native Plants
Wondering which plants are most attractive to beneficial insects? Join Kim Eierman as she talks with Dr. Doug Landis about his latest research on beneficial insects and native plants. Dr. Landis is Professor of Insect Ecology and Biological Control at Michigan State University and Director of the Landis Lab.
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The Humane Gardener
Ecosystem gardening isn’t limited to plants, but includes coexisting with wildlife – much of which may depend on our landscapes. Learn how to successfully share your landscape with wildlife (even the hungry ones!) in this EcoBeneficial interview with Nancy Lawson, author of The Humane Gardener: Nurturing a Backyard Habitat for…Read More
Restoration of Forests & Natural Areas in New York City Parks
Urban forests and natural areas are alive and well in New York City as a result of the hard work of NYC Parks, its staff and volunteers. Learn how they do it, and pick up some pointers, in this EcoBeneficial interview with Kristy King, the Director of Forest Restoration for…Read More
Managing a Healthy Urban Forest at New York Botanical Garden
Join Kim Eierman for this EcoBeneficial interview with Jessica Schuler, Director of the Thain Family Forest at the New York Botanical Garden, as they discuss how this acclaimed botanical garden improves and sustains the ecology of a first-growth urban forest. Schuler shares ecological lessons and insights that can be applied…Read More