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From the Field: Native Habitats, York County Pennsylvania

December 09, 2009

Take time to educate yourself on the importance of biodiversity and working with local plants in your backyard. The outdoor habitat created around the primary stream in the Harless family’s backyard is a great example of everyday people can making a real difference. Check out the video and find out how you can contribute to the preservation and restoration of the Chesapeake Bay.

Produced by Matt Rath

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