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Native lawns, milkweed seed collecting, beavers, and xeriscapes.
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YardMap Newsletter: December 2015
Keep up with the latest articles on how to create habitat for wildlife.

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Help Us Reach 10K likes on Facebook

Looking to spread some goodwill around this holiday season? Help us meet our goal of starting the New Year with 10,000 likes on our Facebook Page. It is easy, and we post great science content to brighten-up your day.

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Native Lawns

You can have a beautiful yard and your native lawn too! See our series on native lawns to learn more about their importance, grass options, and installation.

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Photo by Vicki DeLoach

Habitat Feature: Milkweeds

Milkweeds are a critical part of the monarch butterfly life cycle. This article delves into the art and science of this underutilized garden plant. Did you know you can help create habitat for butterflies by collecting milkweed seed?

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Photo by Michael Klotz

Xeriscaping 101

Water-wise gardening works! Learn the seven principles of this landscaping choice and check out YardMap's experienced xeriscapers.

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Christmas Tree Use AFTER Christmas

Check out our article on making brush piles. Using your old Christmas tree is a great ecological choice for providing habitat for wildlife.

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Beavers

Do you have beavers on your property? This article provides new insights on the important role beavers play as a keystone species.

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Major Updates to Our Website:

A new navigation bar! A Groups Tool to let you visualize the impact your mapping has in your community, and a cleaner way to interact with the map.

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