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Planting for Climate Resilience in Northeast Landscapes: A Wild Seed Project Guide

Planting for Climate Resilience in Northeast Landscapes: A Wild Seed Project Guide

Our 2024 guide celebrates the adaptive capacity of plants, which, when returned to the places where they once thrived, support resilient communities of diverse life throughout the land we share. When we pay attention — and respond with care - to the needs of all living things, we strengthen the ability of the entire ecosystem to withstand and recover from the intensifying stressors of human-driven climate change. 

We may not be able to garden our way out of the climate crisis, but what we do at home matters. We can rebuild and repair our landscapes and relationships while continuing to organize for an intersectional approach to a healthier, more just future.

What's inside:

  • The principles of planting for climate resilience
  • A step-by-step guide to understanding your site conditions
  • Profiles of 42 native plant species with resilience indicators
  • Essays by contributors Diandra Marizet Esparza, founder of Intersectional Environmentalist, and educator and writer Ann Pollard-Ranco
  • And more!
Artwork by Kate Gardiner.

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