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Photo of Blue blooms of native California lilac, and other native shrubs form part of a one-mile hedgerow in Yolo County, California. Hedgerows, an agroforestry practice, increase pollination activity from native bees and provide crop protection by harboring beneficial native insects over crop pests by a margin of three to one. Jessa Cruz, Xerces Society
ID: 746
A Win-Win on Agricultural Lands: Creating Wildlife Habitat Through Agroforestry

Over 50 percent of land use in the U.S. is dedicated to agricultural production. Farms and ranches are therefore a critical piece in the conserv ...

Principal Investigator : Gary Bentrup

Wildlife and Fish2014WO
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ID: 295
Buffer Guidelines

Buffer Guidelines: This field guidebook was promotes multifunctional landscape management through a concise yet comprehensive and easy-to-unders ...

Principal Investigator : Gary Bentrup

Water, Air, and Soil2010SRS
Photo of  Gary Bentrup, landscape planner from the USDA National Agroforestry Center, gives a presentation July 28, 2014, on Capitol Hill, on the role trees play in urban agriculture. seminar sponsored by the National Coalition for Food and Agricultural Research. Tom Van Arsdall, National Coalition for Food and Agricultural Research.
ID: 747
Cornucopia in the Cities: Growing Urban Agriculture with Trees

Advances in research show how incorporating trees in urban landscapes contributes to diverse sustainable systems for growing food in cities that ...

Principal Investigator : Gary Bentrup

Resource Management and Use2014WO