Choosing a compost system that works for you.
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Creating a Rain Garden
Native Plants for Long Island Rain Gardens
Natural Enemies: Nature's Pest Control
Organic Production Guides (General practices for growing vegetables & fruit using organic IPM techniques)
Choosing a Compost System
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Insect Traps and Barriers
Types and Uses of Mulch in the Landscape
New York State Compost Facility Map - A link to finding
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Planting a Native Pollinator Friendly Garden
NRCS Pollinator Friendly Plants for the Northeast United States
Bee Friendly Trees and Shrubs (University of Kentucky)
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