This month’s cover story highlights the initiatives — such as the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge — that are spurring the movement to repair damaged ecosystems, one garden at a time. Download a PDF of this article
Other topics in the June 2016 issue include:
- Don’t just complain — get involved: OAN President Leigh Geschwill talks about her political heroes and the importance of exercising one’s civic duty.
- Education rocks! Learn about the industry experts appearing at the 2016 Farwest Show and get ready to get schooled!
- The middle number: Fertilizers high in phosphorus have surprisingly little value for some Northwest gardens.
- Meet the Leader: Four years ago, Anthony Kinen gave up a promising career to take over his father’s farm — but he isn’t looking back.
- A good fit? Pot-in-pot nursery production requires a large investment but can pay off big for growers.
- A tale of two lilacs: Part II: OSU researchers discuss how series Pubescentes changed the horticultural landscape.
- Accepting the pollinator challenge: OAN Executive Director Jeff Stone stresses the importance of the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge, the new campaign encouraging the public to help create a stable and sustaining food supply for pollinators by planting more trees, shrubs and flowers.