Wildlife Conservancies

It is important to recognize and start conserving key junctions of bio-diversity throughout local regions. A lot of times these areas lie within or around cities and key headwaters. These locations should be reserved for conservation and establishment of wild seed libraries. From these junctions fertility and species diversity will rapidly uplift the region, by naturally employing fast pathways for seed dispersal (birds, waterways, wind, humans and other animals).

RIPARIAN SANCTUARIES

Turkeys – Chufa sedge

Bats – (bat houses), mosquitoes/waterways, pinus sp.,

Deer – malabar spinach, moringa, rape, (any other brassicas), (broadleaf species-comfrey, artichoke, and soft evergreen shrubs for winter forage)

MEADOW SANCTUARIES

Birds – amaranth, quinoa, millet, sunflower, prunus sp.

Honey Bees – dill, carrot, sunflower, lavender, foxglove

Mason bees – (mason bee house)

Butterflies – milkweed, butterfly bush,

Hummingbirds – trumpet vine, bottlebrush,

Snakes – (cobble and boulder piles)

FORESTED SANCTUARIES

Squirrels – pines, oaks, (almost any common nuts)

Birds – pines, oaks, (large evergreens)…

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