Certified Wildlife Landscaping Professional Network
NWF’s Certified Wildlife Landscaping Professional pilot program is temporarily closed to new applicants. If you are interested in joining the program in the future, please email landscapers@nwf.org.
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National Wildlife Federation is piloting an initiative to certify professional landscapers to assist their clients with creating wildlife-friendly gardens.

Learn more about NWF's Certified Wildlife Landscaping Professionals Program >>

Search for Certified Professionals in Your Community

NWF’s network of landscaping professionals have been reviewed and evaluated for their designs, practices and philosophy to support eco-friendly landscapes that help to enhance and protect wildlife. If you have worked with a professional on the list, please leave a review of their work by clicking on their profile.

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Accents of Nature Landscaping, Inc WilmingtonDE19809Joan Marquardt
joan@accentsofnature.net
Backyard Abundance Iowa CityIA52244Mr. Fred Meyer
fred.meyer@backyardabundance.org
319-325-6810
Bradbury Landscape, Inc. ClosterNJ07624Todd Bradbury
BradburyLand@gmail.com
Edge of the Woods Native Plant Nursery OrefieldPA18069Louise Schaefer
info@edgeofthewoodsnursery.com
Edible Yard & Garden DecaturGA30317Mr. Daniel Ballard
daniel@edibleyardandgarden.com
4045936218
Fringe Gardens, LLC SpringTX77373Chris Day
info@fringegardens.com
Garden Botany Glen EllynIL60137Ana Vitek
ana@gardenbotany.com
Gardenscapes by Joanna LLC OberlinOH44074Joanna Thomas
gardenscapesbyjoanna@yahoo.com

How to Become a Certified Wildlife Landscaping Professional™

Step 1: Create an Account

Once created, you'll be able to log back in, update your profile, check your status and more.

Step 2: Tell Us About Your Business

How do you incorporate wildlife habitat elements into your designs?

Step 3: Fee Payment

This fee of $150 completes the first part of your certification application.

Step 4: Complete Training Courses

Once you pay, you'll have one year to watch online webinars and pass the associated quizzes.

Step 5: Accreditation with NWF

After you complete your courses, an NWF staff member will review your application and contact you with next steps.