The National Wildlife Federation

April–May 2022

National Wildlife® // April–May 2022 Issue

Unsung Heroes

The growers who run native plant nurseries are vital to wildlife ...

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Power Plants

All native species matter, but some natives—called keystone plant...

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Seeding a Tradition

Gardeners share the joy of creating lush wildlife oases in their ...

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President's View: Bringing Plants to Your Doorstep

Garden for Wildlife’s new enterprise makes buying native plants e...

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Working for Wildlife

New Jersey affiliate spotlight and a creative “If I Was Wild” cha...

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Editor's Note

The healing art of gardening

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Silent Sparks

A firefly expert shares her wisdom—and worries—about the insects

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News of the Wild

How habitats help diversity, hummingbirds' sense of smell and sto...

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Garden Champion

Growing community bonds, one tomato at a time

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A wildlife-friendly lawn?

How you manage your lawn can make a real difference for wildlife

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Shared Memory: Garden Invitation

Inaugurating a movement

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Garden photo contest winners

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Nature's Witness: Blissing Out

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