103 Dakota St.
Carson, ND 58529United States
A Outdoor Wildlife Learning Site (OWLS) designed to be used for demonstation and education.
Fruit Trees & Nuts
People's Gardens can benefit communities in many ways. For example, they can be used to help raise awareness, educate the public, and provide outreach on several issues such as: healthy eating and lifestyles, natural resources conservation, cultural and intergenerational connections, sustainable agriculture, or environmental education.
raise public awareness
improve air quality
improve water quality
demonstrate water conservation
improve soil health
What practices, methods, or techniques are being used or demonstrated to help conserve and protect our natural resources?
using native species that are naturally tolerant
using plants to attract beneficial insects
reducing or limiting the use of pesticides
using drought tolerant plants
using plants that provide food, cover, or shelter to wildlife