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Whether your community would like to become involved in programs to benefit wildlife or adopt environmentally friendly practices, these resources can help.
Every community can benefit from caring for their publicly owned trees and achieving Tree City USA certification. Find out how to participate.
Mayors and other local government officials are pledging to protect and create habitat for monarch butterflies and other pollinators in their communities. Find out how to participate in this National Wildlife Federation program.
You can create city ordinances to promote the use of native plants and other conservation measures in your community.
MDC staff can offer guidance and assistance when urban deer populations become problematic.
Download this 108-page overview of the planning tools that you can use to transform your jurisdiction into a conservation community.
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