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Gardening For Wildlife  

 The National Wildlife Federation® has been helping people nurture wildlife for nearly 40 years.  The NWF is the nation's largest conservation and education organization dedicated to protecting wildlife for our children's future.

For more than 75 years, the NWF has worked to safeguard wildlife, protect endangered and threatened wildlife and wild places, connect people, especially children , with nature and advocate for solutions for climate change.

You can make a difference and join the 170,000+ Certified Wildlife Habitats in all 50 states and 25 different countries.

Any site can be recognized as a certified habitat, regardless of size.  Whether it's your backyard, local park, schoolyard, rooftop garden or corporate landscape, NWF wants to recognize all efforts to restore wildlife.

Certifying a site is as simple as providing four habitat components - Food, Water, Cover, Places to Raise their young - and practicing Sustainable gardening techniques such as eliminating pesticides, conserving water and storm water runoff, and planting native species.

Visit www.nwf.org/gardenforwildlife for more great tips on attracting wildlife!

Better yet, get your certification now and make a difference in 2017!

www.nwf.org/certifiedwildlifehabitat

 

Monarch caterpillar on Asclepias

 

Evergreen Trees offer Shelter for Birds

Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed) nourishes bees, butterflies and moths with it's nectar and pollen, and it also supports 40 species of caterpillars on its leaves foliage.

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