Working together Habitat Network and the Garden for Wildlife™program can create a platform that promotes greater synergy around wildlife gardening--accelerating the pace of wildlife habitat creation by connecting the work of like-minded individuals participating in both programs.
The era of the lawn in the West is over
Grass waits for no one. Sun + water + a couple days = a lawn waiting for some attention. So, out comes the noisy, gas-powered mower at seven o’clock on Saturday (to beat the heat of the day) thrashing the tops off the green-jungle of a front yard, frightening the resident garter snake, and wafting fumes into the window of the neighbor who is cursing the early morning weekend wake-up call--all for the love of a manicured lawn. Does it have to be this way? No. Options are a wonderful thing.
School gardens provide inspiration, learning and opportunities for discovery
An introduction to Xeriscape
What kind of mower do you use? Do you abstain from pesticides? Are those flowers native? Set characteristics to make your map go beyond generic.