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April 1 - July 31, 2024

Show the HNP Biodiversity Map™ (and your ecosystem) a bit of love by adding one or more native plants! It's a simple action with huge impact, and no experience is required. Quite honestly, though, you'll probably get hooked and want to build more habitat.

We've got all the info and tools you'll need. We even have a deal on plants from Garden for Wildlife.

1 NATIVE PLANT + 1 MAP ENTRY = a ridiculous amount of joy and environmental perks.

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April 1 - July 31, 2024

Show the HNP Biodiversity Map™ (and your ecosystem) a bit of love by adding one or more native plants! It's a simple action with huge impact, and no experience is required. Quite honestly, though, you'll probably get hooked and want to build more habitat.

We've got all the info and tools you'll need. We even have a deal on plants from Garden for Wildlife.

1 NATIVE PLANT + 1 MAP ENTRY = a ridiculous amount of joy and environmental perks.

WE CAN DO THIS!
ONE PERSON AT A TIME*

PLANT NATIVE

REGENERATE BIODIVERSITY

*No experience necessary!

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Doug Tallamy

co-founder HNP
In the past, we have asked one thing of our gardens: that they be pretty. Now they have to support life, sequester carbon, feed pollinators and manage water.

Dig In!

HNP x Melissa Bryant

Get your limited edition t-shirt through May 8, 2024. Melissa's unique hand-drawn artwork captures the beauty of a selection of container-friendly keystone plants. It features a single species of flowering plant in each of the 10 ecoregions (level 1) of the United States.

Cities on the Map

We're spotlighting communities nationwide that are pioneering the push for more native municipal habitats. These trailblazers are making strides in enhancing biodiversity and are enriching the HNP Biodiversity Map with their contributions!

Sexy New Map Features

Corporations, businesses, non-profits, and other groups - It's your time to shine! Check out the new Map features, which allow Organizations to display their habitats and invite employees/members to share a common planting goal.

What's the Rush?

What’s the rush to regenerate biodiversity and start your Homegrown National Park? Why should you care about planting native, removing invasives, and restoring habitat? Learn why joining the movement is so important.

Keystone Container Gardens

No Yard? No Problem! These plants can thrive in the ground or in containers and will support the most species in your area. You can still be an important part of regenerating biodiversity on your balcony, terrace, patio, rooftop or deck!

Keystone Trees & Shrubs

Following the successful launch of our Container Gardening with Keystones Guides in early 2023, we're thrilled to release the Keystone Tree & Shrub Guides. Use this resource to find the most productive woody plants for your area!

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