Episode 232. Conservation Hedgerows at Terranova Ranch
In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Katherine Favor heads to Terranova Ranch in the central San Joaquin Valley of California to talk about conservation hedgerows with Don Cameron, the ranch’s general manager and vice president.
Terranova Ranch is dedicated to producing over 25 premium-quality crops as effectively, productively, and sustainably as possible. They have implemented a wide variety of conservation and regenerative agriculture practices, including sustainable irrigation practices and conservation hedgerows.
Learn about the benefits and challenges of hedgerows, along with do’s and don’ts for hedgerow design and installation.
Since planting these hedgerows just two years ago, Don has seen a wide variety of positive changes at the ranch, including increased biodiversity, more beneficial insects and pollinators, reduced erosion, and a more aesthetically pleasing farmscape.
- A Pictorial Guide to Hedgerow Plants for Beneficial Insects
- Farmscaping to Enhance Biological Control
- Agroforestry: An Overview
- Miles of Hedgerows, a California Update
- Native Plants Offer More Than Beauty to the Farmscape
Contact Katherine Favor via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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