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Planting native shrubs in our gardens is a valuable way to create habitat, but many of these beautiful and adaptable species are still little known or underutilized in horticulture. Join us to learn about the diversity and ecological value of the native shrubs that are common in our local woodlands, wetlands, and field edges, as well as how they can be incorporated into managed landscape settings. During the walk, more time will be dedicated to learning how to identify the shrubs we encounter, and in observing how this summer's drought has impacted different species.
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