Monday, October 03, 2005

New Puget Sound Hedgerows: Biodiversity on the Farm

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Hedgerows of Puget Sound poster field guide preview

Good Nature's newest poster makes biodiversity easy to appreciate.

Suzanne Duranceau has almost finished a beautiful portrait of Pacific Northwest Hedgerows -- showing native plants farmers in Western Washington and Oregon can grow to create "living fences" -- buffers between farm animals and nearby wetlands.

Farmers growing natives that make hedgerows create benefits all around -- improving farm fertility, creating natural windbreaks, cutting down erosion from floods and improving biodiversity.

Hedgerows of Puget Sound final poster field guide complete with running border of 24 close ups of key species will be published by Thanksgiving 2005. Finished size is 36" x 24" printed on high quality recycled papers.

Price per poster is $16.99/$30 lam 20 or more for $5 ea non laminated.

Order yours today -- and check out Good Nature Publishing Co

You can see the rest of Good Nature's art at Good Nature, order the new poster, or add it to other ones you like.

Satisfaction guaranteed.

best fishes,

Timothy Colman, Publisher and poster sherpa