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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Manual for the Propagation of Pacific Northwest Native Plants
Caryn E. Chachulski, Robin Rose and Diane L. Haase
1996: New England, CT
Native plants have been increasingly recognized as a crucial component of forest management. They provide many benefits to the forest ecosystem such as erosion and flood control, wildlife forage and habitat, species diversity, soil stabilization, aesthetic enhance ment, riparian restoration, revegetation of road cuts, and improvement of recreational areas.

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