Bringing life back to our neighborhoods, one yard at a time.
Our planet's rich biodiversity, essential for our well-being, is under threat due to human activities like habitat destruction and climate change. This puts many species at risk of extinction, impacting our food supply, ecosystems, and ability to adapt to a changing climate. The loss also affects economies and cultures tied to biodiversity.
To help, plant native species and remove non-native ones. Native plants and animals have evolved together, fostering critical relationships for ecosystem health. They provide food and habitat for various species. In contrast, non-native invasive species can disrupt ecosystems, harming the environment, economy, and human health.
Take action by planting natives, supporting local conservation efforts, reducing pesticide use, and educating yourself and others. Together, we can address the biodiversity crisis, creating a healthier environment for all living things.
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.