Monday, March 24, 2008

National Wildlife Federation backyards for wildlife

Turn your backyard into a haven for wildlife

Do any of you readers have a backyard garden certified as a habitat by the National Wildlife Federation? I have been a NWF member for decades, and membership includes their great full color magazine.
The backyard habitat certication intrigues me; they have 70,000 yards signed up already. For only $15 they allow you to apply for certification, and will send you a certificate, a one year subscription to their magazine and your name/garden will be listed in their National Registry.
They also offer a yard sign you can proudly display, to get your neighbors excited too.
All info is at www.nwf.org or call 1 800 822-9919

5 comments:

jodi said...

I turned our property, at least one part of it, into a certified monarch waystation last year by going through MonarchWatch, but I haven't done the wildlife certification yet because I haven't found an equivalent program through the Canadian Wildlife Federation. I may have to go the US route, if they'll have me. :-)It's all about supporting wildlife in any case, so I just might do that, as its a great way to inform others when they visit our gardens.

Kennisha Hill said...

What a lovely blog! I really enjoy your page. I also wanted to say thanks for your post on my blog. This will be my first completed manuscript- If I can get around to finishing it. Somethings can get in the way sometimes. But I am excited about what God has planned for me to do. It's great to meet another Christian Writer! It's awesome doing work for the Lord!

Keep in touch!

God Bless,
Kennisha

P.S., I really and truly love your blog. The flowers here are so gorgeous. You have a gift!

Take Care!

Tera Rose said...

wow...Terra...it looks like we have quite a lot in common! Can I link? Love the blog- my children are calling me so I will need to read more later.

Tera is pen name...:)

Is it yours???

Kloggers said...

Hello - I found your blog address on another blog and thought I'd take a look. I wasn't disappointed - you have a lovely blog. Thank you for sharing it. Best Wishes from England.

Terra Hangen said...

Hi Tera Rose,
Yes, thanks for asking to link. Lets link. I will add your blog to my garden blogs list, and please add mine to your blog page.