Certify your home between June 1 and July 15 and you'll be entered in a drawing for your very own bronze certification plaque.
How would you like to help your city become a National Wildlife Community Habitat? If you certify your home between June 1 and July 15, we will receive confirmation from the National Wildlife Federation and you will be entered in a drawing for your very own bronze certification plaque -- a value of $100!
The contest is also open to local homeowners associations that certify common areas as wildlife friendly.
There are only a few simple steps needed. All you need are three sources of food (nuts, fruits, berries or bird feeders), one water source (birdbath or pond), two places of cover (woods, trees, dense shrubs or a log pile, and two places to raise young (birdhouse or trees). It is an easy way to help Milton become a greener community and beautifies any space.
Certify now at www.nwf.org/garden or, for more information, contact Cambridge High School junior Sarah Ellison, leader of the project, at firstname.lastname@example.org.