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CARBON GARDENING

that my gardening can have a positive effect on the health of the greater landscape. That’s why I was particularly struck by an interview I conducted with Adrian Ayres Fisher for my podcast, , last spring. Adrian served as the Sustainability Coordinator for Triton College in River Grove, Ill. (She recently retired.) Her work included helping to cultivate an on-campus pocket prairie, as well as hand-to-hand combat with invasive buckthorn. In the course of this,

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