National Wildlife Federation's Garden for Wildlife Program

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Many experts suggest that one way to help birds, pollinators, and other wildlife is to plant  regionally native plants. But it is not easy to buy native plants in 2021. “There’s a supply chain problem in the nursery trade,” says Mary Phillips, director of National Wildlife Federations’ Garden for Wildlife program. Yet NWF aims to help us plant 500,000 wildlife gardens by 2025. Here's how.  

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