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In this issue: Reground yourself in local action, learn about wild shorelines, a new featured site, native trees/shrubs, and more.
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Habitat Network Newsletter: November 2016
Read the latest articles to inspire habitat action in your life.

The Importance of Local Action

Overwhelmed by changing times? Focusing local puts the power in your hands.

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Photo by ashley rose,
 

Wild Shorelines

Managing the water's edge will influence the health and functionality of your property. Make ecological choices and let your shorelines remain wild.

Photo by ukon1976

New Featured Site: Montecito Heights

Almost 20 years of garden transformation pays off on this beautiful one-acre property in Sonoma County, California.
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Photo by shgeiger

 

Focal City: Philadelphia

Habitat Network is targeting its efforts on three focal cities. Learn about what's happening in Philadelphia. If you live in or around the City of Brotherly Love, consider getting involved!
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Photo by Liana Jackson

Native Trees & Shrubs

Trees and shrubs are essential components of vibrant, habitat-rich properties. Native flora has a special role to play. Explore options for your ecoregion.
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Photo by The Nature Conservancy

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