HOAs and Native Habitat Gardens
Five Reasons Why Native Gardens Save Money and the Planet
Native plants are healthier and stronger.
Native plants create wildlife habitats in your backyard.
Native plants help the environment.
Native plants require much less watering, fertilizer, and pesticides.
Native plants are low maintenance.
Native plants add splendor to your landscape.
The Rise and Beauty of Native Plants
Greening Your Homeowners Association
Guide to Passing Wildlife-Friendly Property Maintenance Ordinances
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Native plants provide nectar, seeds, nuts, fruits, berries, foliage, pollen, and insects eaten by an exciting variety of wildlife. Feeders can supplement natural food sources.
Wildlife need places to find shelter from bad weather and places to hide from predators or stalk prey.
PLACES TO RAISE YOUNG
Wildlife need resources to reproduce and keep their species going. Some species have totally different habitat needs in their juvenile phase than they do as adults.
How-To, Plant Lists, All About Pollinator Gardens, and Where to Shop
Check out our extensive resources for how-to suggestions, plant lists, pollinator gardens, and more! Plus you'll find a list of recommended vendors for all your native habitat garden needs (or wants)!
Everything you need to get started including a great list of resources.
Here's what you need and how to get certified by the National Wildlife Federation.
Check out our progress towards getting the Village of Glenview certified.