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Five Steps to Attract More Wildlife To Your Garden

Ecosystem Gardening is about teaching you sustainable gardening, conservation of natural resources, and to create welcoming habitat for wildlife in your garden so that you will attract more birds, butterflies, pollinators, frogs and toads, bats, and other wildlife to your garden.

Don’t miss Wren Song, the Ecosystem Gardening newsletter, coming to your inbox every week with the best tips on creating your wildlife habitat garden, great resources, and breaking news. All of the best information and upcoming news is announced first to the wonderful folks who have subscribed to this free newsletter.

Check out the Blog for more in-depth information, but here’s an introduction to get you started.

Also Carole Sevilla Brown is available to speak at conferences and workshops about all of the following topics. Please click “Contact” above and let me know what your needs are. 

The Five Pillars of Ecosystem Gardening

The 5 Pillars of Ecosystem Gardening – When you pay attention to these five pillars, you will automatically begin to attract more wildlife to your wildlife garden, you’ll be well on your way to becoming a good steward of your property, and you will be contributing to a healthy environment.

Don’t miss Ecosystem Gardening for Wildlife, A 4-part online workshop series teaching you to garden sustainably, conserve natural resources, and create welcoming habitats for wildlife so that you will attract more birds, butterflies, native pollinators, and other wildlife to your garden.

Where to Begin with Ecosystem Gardening

What the Heck is Ecosystem Gardening?

Why Your Garden Matters to Wildlife

How to Choose the Best Plants for your Ecosystem Garden

Great Projects for Your Ecosystem Garden

Wildlife Garden Showcase

Most Hated Invasive Plants

How to Attract Wildlife to Your Ecosystem Garden

Attracting Birds to Your Wildlife Garden

Attracting Butterflies to Your Wildlife Garden

Attracting Pollinators to Your Wildlife Garden

Attracting Frogs and Toads to Your Wildlife Garden

Insects in the Wildlife Garden

Join in the Ecosystem Gardening Conversation

Please join into this conversation by leaving comments at each post. We’re very much looking forward to meeting you and learning all about your wildlife garden!