Certified Wildlife Landscaping Professional Network
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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
Backyard Abundance Iowa CityIA52244Mr. Fred Meyer
Edge of the Woods Native Plant Nursery OrefieldPA18069Louise Schaefer
Edible Yard & Garden DecaturGA30317Mr. Daniel Ballard
Fringe Gardens, LLC SpringTX77373Chris Day
Gardenscapes by Joanna LLC OberlinOH44074Joanna Thomas
Genevieve Schmidt Landscape Design ArcataCA95521Genevieve Schmidt
gerber design    Pam Gerber

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.