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House with native plants and animalsGoing Native: Urban Landscaping for Wildlife with Native Plants
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The native plant landscape featured prominently in the video is located at the Turner House on the NC State University campus in Raleigh. The Turner House, positioned at the corners of Hillsborough Street and Brooks Avenue, is home to the NCSU Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences Program. The grounds around the building demonstrate wildlife-friendly landscaping. You are invited to walk along the paths of the garden using the brochure and the plant identification tags to learn more about landscaping for wildlife with native plants.

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