Landscaping Project Guidance


Landscaping is generally considered part of the built environment, rather than a “natural” habitat. However, when designed with biodiversity in mind, it can make valuable contributions to conservation efforts. Landscaping designed to include a diversity of native plant species can benefit a variety of wildlife including butterflies, native bees and songbirds. Landscaping can also reduce irrigation and fertilizer needs, and benefit water and air quality.

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