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Bringing life back to our neighborhoods, one yard at a time.

Our world is home to millions of different species of plants, animals, and microorganisms, all of which make up the complex and interconnected web of life that sustains us. Unfortunately, human activities such as habitat destruction, pollution, and climate change have led to a dramatic decline in biodiversity, putting many species at risk of extinction.


The loss of biodiversity has serious consequences for all of us. It threatens our food supply, the stability of our ecosystems, and our ability to adapt to a changing climate. It also has significant economic and cultural impacts, as many communities depend on biodiversity for their livelihoods and traditional practices.

So, what can we do to help? One of the most effective ways to support biodiversity is by planting native species and removing non-native species from our environment.

Native plants and animals have evolved together over thousands of years, developing intricate relationships that are critical to the health and stability of our ecosystems. They provide food and habitat for a wide range of species, from insects to birds to mammals. By planting native species in our gardens, parks, and other green spaces, we can help create a more resilient and diverse ecosystem.

On the other hand, non-native invasive species are those that are introduced from other regions and can quickly spread, outcompeting and displacing native species. They can also disrupt entire ecosystems and harm the environment, economy, and human health. By removing non-native species, we can help restore balance to our ecosystems and create a healthier environment for ourselves and all living things.

So, what can you do to help? Here are some actions that you can take:

-Plant native species in your garden or local park. You can also support local nurseries and organizations that promote native plant conservation.

-Reduce the use of pesticides and fertilizers that can harm beneficial insects and pollinators.

-Participate in local efforts to remove invasive species from natural areas.

-Educate yourself and others about the importance of biodiversity and the impacts of human activities on the environment.

The biodiversity crisis is a critical issue that requires our attention and action. By planting native species and removing non-native species, we can help support biodiversity and create a healthier environment for ourselves and all living things. Let's all do our part to protect and preserve the incredible diversity of life on our planet.


We seek to reconnect people and nature and in doing so, empower citizens with the skills and knowledge necessary to address the biodiversity crisis in their own neighborhoods and yards.

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