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Georgia Erdmann (left) along with Stephanie Allard and Robert Allard discuss potential designs for a woodland border along the woods in a homeowner’s lot in Nymore. They were among a group of about a dozen people who participated in a four-week-long series that developed ideas to rework the property using permaculture and sustainable methods. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

Planting plans: Course details methods to encourage natural landscapes

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BEMIDJI — Mary Mitchell purchased her home in March, an attractive two-story house positioned in the middle of a quarter-acre lot in Nymore.

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Mitchell, the manager of the local food shelf, had pondered some fresh ideas for her lot, a mix of flower beds, grass lawn and woods.

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