Ready to turn your outdoor space into a spot that supports local wildlife? Use our tip sheets, guides, videos, and more to get started in creating a go-to garden for butterflies, birds, and other animals.
Add one of our Garden for Wildlife native plant collections to your garden to help save birds, bees, butterflies, and more. Get chemical-free plants that bloom for three seasons and return every year. Collections are backed by science to help the highest number of declining wildlife species.
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We currently offer native plants for 36 states in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, and Midwest. Our goal is to expand our network of growers and offer native plants for everyone.
Use this form to certify your wildlife-friendly habitat garden in your yard, school grounds, place of worship, or anywhere in your community. You can also submit your application online.
Want more? Head to the National Wildlife Federation blog for the latest news and tips on gardening for wildlife.
The National Wildlife Federation's Butterfly Heroes™ program is bringing awareness to the declining monarch butterfly population and connecting gardeners, kids, and families alike in helping this species and other pollinators thrive.
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