In our Eco-friendly environment we encourage wildlife with nesting, shelter and food sources. We added a dozen more birdhouses on the trails which are shared by a variety of birds- swallows, wrens and bluebirds; more wildlife friendly plantings of American High-bush Cranberry, Bottle Brush, Redozier Dogwoods and Honeysuckle. More evergreens of Balsam, Blue Spruce and White Pine from the Arbor Day Sale by the Soil and Water Conservation Dept of Delaware County. We use all recycled paper products, energy efficient lighting and will add more solar panels to our existing solar grid. We have started a new beehive to replace the ones lost in the flood which will help pollinate our gardens and fruits.
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