Almost all food crops and native plants require pollination from insects, bees, birds, butterflies and other animals in order to produce and thrive.
As a sustainable farm, which grows without chemical pesticides or fertilizers, Dug In Farms (DIF), 155 Fleets Bay Road, White Stone, depends on these creatures for healthy and abundant crops.
“After farming for several years, we opened the Dug In Farms Nursery in 2020,” said owner Carolyn Quinn. “Our commitment to emphasize the importance of native plants in landscapes as a preservation tool….
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