"Providing places for wildlife in our communities—whether at home, schools, businesses, or at nearby parks ... There is no more rewarding way to stay connected to nature right outside your door."
—David Mizejewski, Naturalist, National Wildlife Federation
This richly detailed guide highlights how colleges and universities are playing a dynamic role in protecting wildlife and restoring habitats in campus green spaces—including on-campus landscapes and natural areas, as well as distant campus-owned lands. It explores how such green places—dedicated to "The Wild"—also can benefit students, faculty, and staff with leadership opportunities, hands-on learning, energy savings, water conservation, and much more. The Campus Wild features efforts from 85 higher education institutions, representing all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Campus Landscaping for "Wild"
Trees and Woody Plants
Arboretums and Botanical Gardens
Carbon Sequestration Value of Trees On and Off Campus
Natural Areas on Campus
Stormwater Mitigation Features
NWF Certified Wildlife Habitats
Campus Policy and Planning with Wildlife and Climate in Mind
LEED and Wildlife-friendly Design
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