Spring-Summer 2012

Posted on May 1, 2012 by admin in Uncategorized

Plants grown by local volunteers in the Patagonia area are re-potted and established at Native Seeds/SEARCH, in an emerging partnership that allows BHRI to grow plants in an established greenhouse facility, and to build a separate shade house beside it to harden off native plants before reintroduction at restoration sites.

Staff and volunteers continue to set up permanent plant grow-out greenhouses and beds at Deep Dirt Farm Institute, owned and operated by Kate Tirion. The area is also being set up as a demonstration site for native gardens, food production, permaculture and associated workshops, and erosion control work in degrading arroyos and sub-watersheds.

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