Trees, flowers, rocks, compost bins, and other key habitat objects. Place these, share the species and other characteristics.
Split your site into the various habitats found there. This is some of the most important data for research.
Put in the boundaries of your site. For instance, an entire home property.
Use satellite imagery to find your site and as a reference for creating your YardMap.
Join our virtual neighborhood and talk with others interested in creating beautiful and sustainable landscapes.
Whether you’re identifying native plants, learning where to put new bird feeders or wondering how best to support wildlife, YardMap can help you connect with a community of scientists, master gardeners, and people around the world who can help with what you are planning to do.
Do you blog about bird friendly gardening or speak up at town meetings for more wildlife habitat? Does your wildflower garden stand out in a sea of green lawns? Then you have something to share. You have the potential to lead others and amplify your sustainable practices.
Would you like to connect with locals about sustainable landscaping? Do you want to decrease the size of your lawn? Create or join a group focused on what’s important to you. Use our tools to track progress, share success, and organize your community for a bigger impact.