Banking for the Future – Guardian Newpaper – June 10th, 2013
The Macphail Woods plant nursery has grown by leaps and bounds since the first sampling of native Prince Edward Island trees and shrubs were planted a little more than two decades ago.
This off shoot of the Macphail Woods Ecological Forestry Project in Orwell has spread voraciously from its original 40-by-40-foot plot to a sprawling four acres.
And this repository of almost 100 native species of trees, shrubs, wildflowers and ferns is pretty much unique in this part of the world.
“As far as I know there’s nothing else like this, that’s what I’m always amazed at. . . ,” says project co-ordinator Gary Schneider.
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