You garden can also benefit from having a wind break. Windbreaks can bring and wilting of crops due to desiccation from the strong winds, high temperatures and lack of moisture. It will also help protect you greenhouses and wind tunnels from damaging wind.
Windbreaks can also provide protection to orchards from the strong summer winds. Windbreaks can also offer frost protection if they are taller than the orchard trees. This year I started a windbreak around my orchard to protect the fruit trees from the strong dry winds. The trees should eventually get tall enough to provide some shade to provide the peach trees I will eventually plant from blooming too soon. One of the the major problems here is that we get spring like weather for a few of days in February or March. The trees will start blooming and then the weather will quickly back to snow. This will freeze all the flowers and you will not get fruit that season. The Armistice Day freeze in November 1940 killed many trees and many did not recover.