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Go native and plant native plants to support local wildlife including birds and pollinators like bees and butterflies! 

Here are some good resources for finding local native plants for your area:

Watercolor Butterfly 12
Nature's Best Hope Book
Homegrown National Park Website

Nature's Best Hope by Douglas Tallamy is a wonderful, hopeful, inspiring read that will get you excited to have your own National Park in your own backyard.

Check out this new website about doing just that:

Pollinator Pledge Certificate

You can be a part of a regional landscape solution to create a state-wide pollinator haven in Colorado! By converting your backyard or your business property to pollinator safe habitat, you are joining others who are doing the same and changing Colorado for the better, one garden or property at a time. 

Sign the Pollinator Safe Property Pledge below and visit:

Leave the Leaves of Perennials and Native Plants for Wildlife

Leave the leaves and stalks of perennials and native plants to help provide wildlife habitat, conserve moisture, and build the soil. 

Here are some great native plants for the Front Range of Colorado from Colorado Native Plant Society's
Low-Water Native Plants for Colorado Gardens: Front Range & Foothills PDF »


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