Harmony Hill Vineyard certified as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat Site

July 1st, 2006    Author: Michael Bradley    Filed Under: News

The National Wildlife Federation announced recently that the Harmony Hill Vineyards in Bethel has been certified as an official Backyard Wildlife Habitat site.

Vineyard and property owners Bill and Patti Skvarla moved from Pittsburgh to Bethel in 1994. At that time, they had 15 acres but quickly expanded the property to encompass the 70 acres which now attract the diverse and abundant wildlife that live and nest on the property today.

Harmony Hill Vineyards in Bethel has been certified as an official Backyard Wildlife Habitat site.
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