A guide to multifunctional hedgerows in western Oregon Public Deposited

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  • Hedgerows, also known as shelterbelts or windbreaks, are rows of trees, shrubs, and low-growing plants that divide or border fields and/or suburban lots. In England, many farms are surrounded by ancient hedgerows that conserve soil and water, provide a home to wildlife, and serve as barriers. In the United States, a similar tradition never developed, although trees sometimes were left along field margins. In the 1930s, tree planting for windbreaks on the prairies was briefly supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Shelterbelt Program.
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