YardMap is covering ground throughout the world and recognizing
Growing Backyard Habitat
It's clear that YardMappers have been busy over the past two years, drawing maps of their backyards, local parks, nature sanctuaries, and more. We're happy to announce that YardMap has attracted more than 10,000 interested users who have collectively mapped an area greater than the District of Columbia, including as much forest as the Tuskegee National Forest.
in Leaps and Bounds
"We were pleasantly surprised when we ran the numbers," notes project leader Rhiannon Crain, "but it is just the beginning. We know there are millions of concerned people out there ready to use the Internet to share how they are using their yards to benefit wildlife." Whether it's a school garden or updating your YardMap with habitat improvements, there's always something to map. What will you map next?