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HABITAT MAPPING EMAIL SERIES: 13th Activity
Habitat Network Member Since <<Join Date>>

Dear <<Citizen Scientist Login_Name>>,

Today’s Activity: Research a New Plant for Your Space

One of the easiest ways to move your habitat goals forward is to simplify by focusing on one plant at a time. Today we invite you to sit down with the Habitat Network Learn Pages and select a new plant. 

Need more guidance?
Did you know the missing piece in many "working" landscapes is the shrub layer? Consider focusing your search by looking for the perfect shrub. Our "Top Five Berry Shrubs for Your Region" tool might be just what you are looking for. We narrow the choices down to five great, native, food-producing plants that will probably work for you. 

Always Ready to Dig in,

The Habitat Network Team

 


Previous habitat mapping activities:

#1: Solve Common Problems Mapping

#2:  Add Ecological Details to Your Map

#3:  Check: Is Your Map Complete?

#4:  Customize Your Map with Objects

#5:  Add Photos to Your Map

#6:  Plan Your Habitat

#7:  Get to Know Your Ecoregion

#8:   Identify a New Plant

#9:   Monitor Wildlife

#10: Photograph Your Site to Document Change

#11:  Update Your Map

#12:  Reach Out to the People Around You

Find the Perfect Plant
 
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