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Chicago

Chicago is the third most populous city in the United States and is a hub of transportation and industry in the Midwest. It is a diverse city that takes pride in its green spaces. The city has long supported green roofs and the Chicago City Hall has an extensive one. The Chicago Park District administers over 7,300 acres of parks, including 33 sand beaches and 10 bird and wildlife gardens. Chicago’s project is called the “Chicago Green Mission” and it is being led by staff from the Gethsemane Garden Center, a large, independently-owned garden center within the city. For more information, visit the Chicago Green Mission on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Chicago-Green-Mission-CGM/189219084452039.

Type : City or Town
Chicago, IL 60660
Population: 2851000
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Chula Vista

Chula Vista is the second largest city in San Diego County. Located seven mile south of downtown San Diego and seven miles north of one of the world's busiest international border crossings, Chula Vista is at the crossroads of the region. From a scenic bay front that stretches along the coast to the communities and majestic San Miguel Mountain in the east, Chula Vista is known for its residential design and environmental innovation.

Type : City or Town
Chula Vista, CA 91909
Population: 223000
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City & County of Denver

The process of certifying as a National Wildlife Federation Community Wildlife Habitat will result in the creation of habitat gardens throughout the City while elevating citizens’ awareness of their multiple benefits for Denver’s people, wildlife and water. These efforts, spearheaded by the Department of Parks and Recreation, are in partnership with The National Wildlife Federation, Denver Water, Denver Public Schools, Denver Botanic Gardens, the Colorado Wildlife Federation, Denver Audubon, and the Denver Zoo. This coalition is collectively engaging and partnering with residents, businesses, schools and other stakeholders to beautify and enhance the places where Denverites spend most of their time.

Type : City or Town
Denver, CO 80202
Population: 704000
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City of Falls Church

Falls Church, VA Registered: September, 2005 Population: 14,583 (July 2017) Located 7 miles west of Washington, D.C. The City of Falls Church is an independent city that is only 2.2 square miles in size. Although it is densely populated and part of a large metropolitan area, the city is a tightly knit community with residents who take great pride in being active in local civic and social activities. The Falls Church Healthy Habitat project was initiated by the City of Falls Church Environmental Services Council.

Type : City or Town
City of Falls Church, VA 22046
Population: 14583
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City of Los Angeles

The City of Los Angeles is fortunate to be located within a globally recognized hotspot of native biodiversity. While Los Angeles is a biodiversity jewel, this designation also means that the biodiversity here is threatened, and innovative strategies are needed to ensure its resilience and sustainability. The survival and well-being of the City’s residents also depend on ecosystem services provided by biodiversity: air pollution reduction adapting to a changing climate mental health and educational opportunities water cleansing aesthetic benefits These services are built directly from an integrated ecosystem of natural biodiversity and sustainable urban landscapes.

Type : City or Town
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Population: 4000000
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City of North Lauderdale

North Lauderdale is a 5 square mile City in the heart of Broward County.

Type : City or Town
North Lauderdale, FL 33068
Population: 42000
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City of Novi

Economy and Jobs – Natural Resources, Mining, Construction, Wholesale Trade, Retail Trade, Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities, Information and Financial Activities, Professional and Technical Services and Corporate HQ, Administrative, Support and Waste Services, Education and Healthcare Services, Leisure and Hospitality and other services. Environment – single and multi-Family Residents, Retail, Office, Hospitality, Medical, Institutional, Industrial, Agricultural, Recreation and Open Space, and Cemetery.

Type : City or Town
Novi, MI 48375
Population: 60000
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City of Orlando

Orlando is one of the most visited destinations in the world. With over 68,000,000 visitors a year, we have a unique opportunity to engage our community about wildlife and urban habitat. Mayor Buddy Dyer's Sustainability Initiative, Green Works, is helping Orlando become one of the most environmentally-friendly, economically and socially vibrant communities in the nation. One of the seven focus areas in Green Works is livability, which involves improving the quality of life for our community and creating more vibrant, natural spaces for our residents. The promotion of wildlife and urban wildlife habitats helps create these spaces that everyone can enjoy. Our commitment to becoming a certified NWF Community Wildlife Habitat combined with our pledge to help monarch butterfly populations with the Mayor's Monarch pledge, will once again reaffirm our commitment to becoming one of the most environmentally-friendly communities in the nation.

Type : City or Town
Orlando, FL 32801
Population: 277000
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City of Tamarac

Tamarac is a 12 square mile suburban city in located in Broward County Florida. The City's population is approximately 63,000. The City has 13 parks including a variety of active, passive and natural sites.

Type : City or Town
6001 Nob Hill Rd, FL 33321
Population: 63000
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Cleveland EcoVillage

Type : Neighborhood or HOA
Cleveland, OH 44102
Population: 1740

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