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Great photo gallery to identify emerging spring wildflowers by their seedlings, by Pat Sutton #nativeplants  
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Looking forward to spring by bringing some inside, by Sally Roth at Beautiful Wildlife Garden 
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Many botanic gardens and university extension programs offer a certificate in native plant studies. I'm sure I've missed some, so please click through and let me know who's not yet on this list. 
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Becoming a master naturalist is a fabulous way to learn how to create the ultimate #wildlifegarden and support your community
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Want to know how to start a native plant herb garden? Jacqueline Soule shows us how at Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens
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An interview with Heather Holm of +Restoring The Landscape With Native Plants  and a chance to win a copy of her new book Pollinators of Native Plants
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"In restoration the first rule employed is simple enough: “disturbance is the enemy”. Reduce disturbance and you will effectively be getting farther faster with regard to your restoration efforts." by Steven Paulsen at Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens
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Why we continue to spend boatloads of money trying to produce sterile invasive plants when there are so many beautiful native plants that will support more wildlife is beyond me! by Debbie Roberts at Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens
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Why it pays to look very closely at new frogs in your #wildlifegarden  , by Loret T. Setters at Beautiful Wildlife Garden
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Create Wildlife Habitat. Protect the Environment
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Creating welcoming habitat for wildlife in your garden so that you will attract more birds, butterflies, pollinators, and other wildlife to your garden.