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Who are you known as?
Main text: In the Zone ; smaller text: WWF-Canada and Carolinian Canada
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Project Promo language:
Pick up a shovel, get outside and help native species and habitats across the Carolinian Zone thrive! With nearly 1/3 of Canada’s at risk species living in a variety of unique habitats, along with one quarter of the country’s population, the Carolinian Zone is under great pressure. Help create a network of backyard habitats that supports the wider Carolinian ecosystem. With support from wildlife and gardening experts, grow gardens that become home to diverse wildlife like warblers, frogs, chipmunks, owls, monarchs, salamanders, and more, all in your own backyard. Capture/track the impact that your transformation is making for species at risk and other wildlife. Join the In the Zone community and become an important part of the solution!
(Background info: WWF-Canada and Carolinian Canada are collaborating to test a new method of engagement that will help protect and restore habitat for rare and other native wildlife, through the everyday activity of gardening. The 'In the Zone' program aims to engage individuals (all ages, demographics, wildlife lovers, gardeners, citizens concerned about the environment) in communities to link home garden practices to broader landscape-level ecosystem health, including protection of species-at-risk and other wildlife. We will provide gardeners with an interactive web-based platform, personalized on-site expert advice, and training in the use of the new 'In The Zone' Garden Tracker to monitor their impact.)
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'In the Zone' will test if home garden practices can be linked to broader landscape-level ecosystem health by providing gardeners with the tools to make informed decisions that reduce disconnections in nature and support local and regional species diversity. We want to emphasize that it is a community-based, engaging, hands-on initiative for people who want to improve their local surroundings and be part of a larger solution.