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Danziger Adds Four New U.S. Rooted Cutting Stations
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Danziger announces new Rooted Cutting Station partners
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The House of Representatives just approved a multi-year transportation bill, and the House and Senate are proceeding with a process to iron out their differences. And there is good news within the good news. During the debate, Reps.
Danziger Adds Four New U.S. Rooted Cutting Stations - Greenhouse Grower
Vicky Hartzler R-MO and Richard Hudson R-NC offered an amendment that would have broadly prohibited federal transportation funds from being used for vegetative enhancements, also and often known as landscaping. AmericanHort, the American Society of Landscape Architects, and others mobilized to successfully defeat this amendment, on a vote of nays to yeas.
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Yes, this was a critical victory for horticulture. And, roughly two-thirds of their Republican colleagues voted with them. The amendment failed because 71 Republicans joined every single Democrat to vote it down.
How did your Representative vote? Clearly, the vote underscores that many still see landscape enhancements as pretty but non-essential. Yet we know that functioning landscapes stabilize and protect the soil. They filter air and water pollution. They contribute to property values and create a sense of well-being.
They sustain pollinators and wildlife. We made these points to Rep.