October 17, 2023
Wild Hope, Margaret Renkl & Margaret Roach Webinar, Leave the Leaves
October 3, 2023
Message from Brandon Hough, Planting Calculator, Facebook Group
August 12, 2023
HNP in the News: You're Lighting Us Up!
May 22, 2023
Biodiversity Day by Doug Tallamy
January 31, 2023
4 Universal Landscape Goals
January 5, 2023
Why Ecoregions? And More Exciting News for the New Year!
October 12, 2022
Container Gardening with Keystones, Every Square Foot of Native Plants Count!
AUGUST 10, 2022
Join the Grassroots Solution to the Biodiversity Crisis!
JULY 25, 2022
Monarch Butterfly Listed as Endangered
JULY 1, 2022
New Article about Lawns by Margaret Roach in The New York Times
JUNE 1, 2022
Who Lights Us Up?
MAY 22, 2022
FEBRUARY 14, 2022 E-NEWS
Happy Valentine’s Day!
DECEMBER 30, 2021 E-NEWS
Lovejoy and Wilson have spoken; now it's time to act
DECEMBER 15, 2021 E-NEWS
Announcing a downloadable & customizable brochure about the biodiversity crisis
20 for 20 CAMPAIGN
Call to action for turning the biodiversity crisis into a thriving ecosystem
SEPTEMBER 23, 2021 NEWSLETTER
When Landscape Artists Take the Lead; Hastings Pollinator Pathway; Newport News Extension Master Gardeners
JUNE 23, 2021 NEWSLETTER
Muscatine Pollinator Project; Prairie Strips; A Formal Native Garden
MARCH 30, 2021 NEWSLETTER
Doug’s new book - The Nature of Oaks; Native Planting in Big Cities
FEBRUARY 23, 2021 NEWSLETTER
Get on the Map; Yard Signs Available
MESSAGES FROM DOUG
Thanks to RLEP’s [Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection] efforts we can offer everyone the share-worthy, downloadable & customizable brochure about the biodiversity crisis, HNP and what each of us can do to “get started” and get ON THE MAP!
We are thrilled that we have so many entries on the Homegrown National Park® MAP representing acres and acres of land planted native!!
Big THANK YOU to all you early-adopters for taking the initiative to GET ON THE MAP!, for being ‘influencers’, for supporting the HNP call-to-action, for expressing your enthusiasm and encouraging others to get on the MAP. YOU cannot know how much your action and comments mean to Doug and me. We THANK YOU so much! HELP US SPREAD THE WORD!
CALIFORNIA MIGHTY OAKS – by Mary Sanichas
A fun, easy-to-read summary of the many ways oak trees hold ecosystems together — with over a dozen links and resource about how we can support them. Perfect for introducing students, neighbors, friends and family to the importance of native oak trees.
Small changes Big Impacts. Prairie strips provide a win-win scenario for farmers and wildlife. Research shows that by converting 10% of a crop-field to diverse, native perennial vegetation, farmers and landowners can reduce sediment movement off their field by 95 percent and total phosphorous and nitrogen lost through runoff by 90 and 85 percent, respectively.Read More
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