Putting Your Habitat Garden to Sleep

The beautiful fall season is upon us, when nature starts winding down in preparation for the winter. This is the perfect time to go over fall maintenance of your garden to benefit... Read more »

A Tree for Every Westchester Yard

Westchester is home to some of the largest and oldest trees in New York State. Many of our mature trees are a few centuries old. The majestic Bedford Oak, a white oak... Read more »

Take an iNaturalist Safari in Your Yard

Water, check. Phone, check. Anything else to pack for my yard safari – nope! Actually, I double check to make sure I have the iNaturalist app downloaded on my phone. With iNaturalist,... Read more »

The Value of Your Yard

Spring is here, summer is coming and it feels so good to be outside again, especially after being cooped up for so long due to the pandemic. In fact, I recommend you... Read more »

Native Plants Add Beauty and Function

At Plan it Wild, the selection of native plants for our projects is a balancing act. Plants must provide functional benefits for our local ecosystems and habitats like sustaining pollinators and other... Read more »

Bringing Back Westchester’s Wild Legacy – And Beauty

Rewilding is a term distinct to our modern age, where so much nature has been lost to development and human growth.  Rewilding describes what we are doing when we plant native, remove invasives, or plant... Read more »