Rewild your yard

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Why It Matters

Native plants are better for pollinators and — because they cut the need for water and chemicals — better for the environment too.

Benefits for You

Less effort for a more beautiful yard? Saving money on water, fertilizers, and pesticides? Check, check, check, check, and check.

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  • How To Start

    Skip the frequent mowing and plant a few native species. After that, you can let nature do most of the work.

  • Where to Learn More

    Check out the National Audubon Society’s Native Plants Database for details on which plants are native to your area and what kinds of wildlife they attract.

Member Spotlight

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Jason's son frolicking in his wild flowers

“A few years ago, I tilled up all the grass on our corner lot and spread a bunch of native plant seeds. Our house is now neighborhood famous!”

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Jason C Madison, WI

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