We've lost 1 in 4 of all birds, likely 1 out of every 2 insects, and countless other important wildlife in North America since 1970 alone. Our world is rapidly losing its biodiversity. Human life has a major impact on our wild friends — and we’re here to help you make your impact a good one.
The answer? Providing quality habitat. As gardeners, farmers and land managers create opportunities for our native fauna, their impact resonates in the natural world. Contiguous habitat across urban areas and farmland creates pathways for important insects, birds and other wildlife to travel and coexist. Everyone has the power to create habitat.
Developing quality habitat is a specialized skill that requires knowledge of not only horticulture, but the biology of local pollinators and wildlife. That’s where we come in. We’ll provide information and resources that will help you cultivate your landscape into a welcoming haven for all creatures.
Create sanctuary. Create beauty.
Your habitat evaluation can include: