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Monthly Digest
April 2019

Experience Butterfly Bliss This Spring

Butterflies add a magical element to the garden. North Carolina’s diverse natural landscape - from coastal dunes and Sandhill savannahs to Piedmont forests and mountain ranges - are home to more than 175 butterfly species. Butterflies can thrive in both rural and urban areas, and will flourish within a well-designed landscape of native plants.

Discover how to attract butterflies to your landscapes!

Prescribed Burning: Restoring a Longleaf Pine Forest

Learn how controlled burns maintain and restore important biomes and landscapes like longleaf pine forests.
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Whole Wheat Pasta with Pesto and Vegetables

Have you ever heard that eating healthy is expensive? With this simple and delicious recipe, you'll think otherwise!
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How to Grow Baptisia in Your Garden

Baptisia is a colorful flowering, native North Carolina plant that's easy to grow and deer resistant. Learn how to add some color to your garden!
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