Biodiversity Farming: Amateur Hedge Laying in Canada

A photo essay on installation of hedgerow by an amateur wildlife gardener

I run a large wildlife certified garden in Quebec, Canada. I tried for a season my hand at running a business doing market gardening. I found that the demands of that as a business far outstripped the rewards, went into software, and never looked back. I…

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