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Homeowner Associations Can Support Native Species in Suburban Neighborhoods


March 25, 2013

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Although it's known that construction of homes in suburban areas can have negative impacts on native plants and animals, a recent study led by University of Massachusetts Amherst ecologist Susannah Lerman suggests that well-managed residential development such as provided by homeowners associations can in fact support native wildlife. Full Story

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University of Massachusetts Amherst

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