May 13, 2024

Armao On The Brink: Judith Fetterley on Garden Benefis to Environment

May means flowers, lawns and gardens — outdoor glory that can make war, famine, student protests and hate go away for a while. But while planting native plant species and shrinking grassy areas around your home to make room for flower beds is relaxing and beautifying, it’s also an important way to fight back against climate change and environmental degradation. Master gardener Judith Fetterley speaks with Rosemary Armao for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.

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