Search Results for: fruit-producing

Bees

Managing Utility Corridors for Wildlife Habitat

With the proper management, utility rights-of-way (ROWs) have the potential to connect natural landscapes and improve habitat conditions for certain wildlife, while also carrying out their primary jobs of delivering utilities.

Birds

California Chaparral: Fruit Producing Trees

Native fruit-producing trees and shrubs are essential components of diverse habitats. With a little space, these regionally-appropriate plants make excellent additions to most sites. Even better, wildlife visitors–from the smallest pollinators to mammals–will use these trees for food and shelter. Above: Big-berry Manzanita (Arctostaphylos glauca) Description: Members of the heath family, most of these species […]

Habitat Connectivity in the Yard

Understanding how yards connect to the larger landscape.

Native Trees and Shrubs

Trees and shrubs play important roles in ecosystems. They are necessary components of the mid and overstory layers of vegetative environments providing food, shelter, and nesting habitat for wildlife.

Cover

Habitat Feature: Bee Houses

A bee house is a simple and attractive addition to any yard or garden space that will provide habitat for solitary cavity-nesting bees.

Food

Northeast and Midwest: Fruit Producing Trees

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Desert Cacti: Fruit Producing “Trees”

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Southeast: Fruit Producing Trees

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Rocky Mountains: Fruit Producing Trees

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Pacific Mixed Forest: Fruit Producing Trees

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