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(Web Page; Wed Feb 05 15:49:00 CST 2014)
Description: It's important to arrange your plantings so that they provide maximum benefits for wildlife.
12. Aliens Among Us
(Web Page; Mon Sep 30 12:34:00 CDT 2013)
Description: Assign this resource sheet to students as homework or as a classroom reading activity. This backgrounder outlines key terms and concepts that are fleshed out later on.
(Web Page; Wed Dec 05 18:00:00 CST 2012)
Description: Every time you improve habitat, you are helping to build critical life-support systems for a host of wild creatures.
(Web Page; Tue Apr 03 14:58:00 CDT 2018)
Description: From caribou to robins to butterflies, a host of creatures will respond to your planting plan if it includes the habitat components they need for survival.
(Web Page; Sat Nov 04 11:26:00 CDT 2017)
Description: As human developments continue to dice, mince, and pulverize natural areas, the need for connectivity between fragmented habitats becomes more vital.
(Web Page; Fri Mar 23 13:29:00 CDT 2018)
Description: One small but important thing everyone can do for wildlife is plant a tree.
(Web Page; Mon Apr 06 10:58:00 CDT 2020)
Description: You have a lot in common with beetles, bears, and brambles. All living things need healthy habitat to survive.
(Web Page; Thu Feb 20 11:51:00 CST 2014)
Description: You can accomplish an amazing range of projects with a little community teamwork! Here are some more ideas to help you get started.
(Web Page; Thu Jan 09 13:19:00 CST 2014)
Description: Maintain wild spaces.
(Web Page; Tue Apr 25 11:55:00 CDT 2017)
Description: Not all plants are seed-producing plants (known as spermatophytes) but most fall into two major groups: the flowering plants and the conifers. Of the more than 230,000 known species of plants worldwide, about 200,000 are flowering plants; another 500 are conifers while others include such plants as ferns and mosses. Most seed-producers owe their great success, in part, to pollination.