Showcase your sustainable yard with these certification programs.
Ensure your property is River-Friendly through the Watershed Institute.
Complete their easy survey and meet 75% of the qualifications to be certified as a River-Friendly Resident. Receive a free sign to display in your yard!
Invite wildlife with certification through the National Wildlife Federation.
Share how your yard or garden provides habitat and the NWF will recognize it as a Certified Wildlife Habitat®
Cost: $20 application fee (sign is an additional cost)
Provide a habitat for butterflies in your yard or garden.
Certify your new or existing monarch habitat to show that you are contributing to monarch conservation.
Cost: $16 certification ($33 to certify and purchase a sign)
Create an AGZA (American Green Zone Alliance) Green Zone at home.
Help spread awareness and demonstrate to your community that your property is a gas-free, quieter place to be with a green-zone gas-free yard sign.
Make your own sign!
Help spread awareness and demonstrate your sustainable landscaping practices to the community.
Use any materials you might have and show off your creativity!
Homegrown National Park Map
Record your native plantings and join users across the country!
Xerces Society’s Pollinator Protection
Sign their pledge and add your yard to their map!
Have you certified your yard? Let us know!
Learn more about sustainable landscaping practices.
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