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In this issue: Introducing our new Planning Tool! Plus, more great Habitat Network articles--the importance of logs, managing for water...
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Habitat Network Newsletter: October 2016
Read the latest articles to inspire habitat action in your life.

Planning Tool

Check out our new Planning Tool designed to analyze your map so you can set goals to improve the habitat in your yard and community. Learn what you are already doing well and what you could try next.
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Goal: Manage Water

This precious resource deserves our attention. Are you maximizing water conservation on your property? Check out your water conservation status in the Planning Tool.
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Focal City: Washington, D.C.

Habitat Network is making an urban splash by exploring how our tools can be utilized to help create greener, more resilient urban areas. Here's what's going on in D.C.
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Photo by Anthony Quintano

Habitat Feature: Logs

When a tree falls, more than just a loud sound resonates--an important ecological niche is created. Learn how logs create vibrant habitats.

Map Your Community

This is a great time of year for adventures to new places or to your favorite stomping grounds. Consider viewing these locations using your citizen-science eyes and take notes so that you can add it to the map!
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Photo by Kevin Arnold (TNC)

Plant Trees

Fall is a wonderful time to plant native trees, giving them a head start on spring growth. Increasing tree canopy is good for the environment, you, and your community.
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Photo by Kent Mason (TNC)

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