Saving Nature One Yard at a Time: How to Protect and Nurture Our Native Species

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Saving Nature One Yard at a Time: How to Protect and Nurture Our Native Species Authors: , Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: WW Norton & Co Pages: 264 Illustrations and other contents: 100 color photos and illustrations Language: English ISBN: 9781682686492 Categories: , ,

David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth present 100 home projects designed to inspire and empower anyone who wants to help save our native flora and fauna in the face of habitat loss and climate change. This book focuses on saving creatures and plants that are especially vulnerable but that can be successfully helped by our efforts, such as bees, frogs, butterflies, birds, trees, and wildflowers. Each project meets four crucial criteria: (1) it will make a significant difference to the survival of the species, (2) has a high likelihood of success, (3) is easy to implement, and (4) is family-friendly. The book raises awareness of endangered species that readers can help by undertaking projects unique to their bioregion. Examples include building an amphibian house for salamanders, raising tadpoles, creating nesting sites for bees, and much more. Saving Nature One Yard at a Time is an inspirational and practical compendium that will give readers the knowledge and tools they need to take an active role in nurturing the world around us, no matter we live.

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Author Biography

David Deardorff is the co-author of the best-selling What's Wrong With My Plant? He holds a PhD in botany and lives in Port Townsend, Washington. Kathryn Wadsworth is the co-author of the best-selling What's Wrong With My Plant? She has a master's in filmmaking and has led nature expeditions around the world. She lives in Port Townsend, Washington.