our social, vibrant cities are our natural habitat.

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thriving nature, thriving communities

The paths we walk to our front door, the blocks our kids play on, the breathtaking cityscapes, the parks where we gather – these are the result of our human nature. So why do we often think of nature as separate?

By bringing more nature into our cities and towns, we can support thriving human communities with cleaner water, cleaner air, and healthier people with stronger connections to one another.

WHAT WE DO

Plant.

We plant trees to filter our water, clean our air, and support human well-being.

Divert.

We use the power of nature to solve big environmental problems, like polluted stormwater runoff.

Build.

We build rain gardens to slow the flow of water and filter polluted runoff naturally.

Raise.

We increase public and private funding to support bringing more nature into our cities and towns.

Plant.

We plant trees to filter our water, clean our air, and support human well-being.

Divert.

We use the power of nature to solve big environmental problems, like polluted stormwater runoff.

Build.

We build rain gardens to slow the flow of water and filter polluted runoff naturally.

Raise.

We increase public and private funding to support bringing more nature into our cities and towns.

Play a part in reimagining
our City Habitats

Bring nature into your habitat.

JOIN OUR COALITION

Work together with us to break down the divide between our cities and towns, and nature so that we can all thrive in our growing urban environment. Sign up here to join our growing coalition.

BRING NATURE INTO YOUR HABITAT

Join your neighbors to make your home or community part of the solution. Find out about the variety of options and resources available to improve the health of your habitat.

VOLUNTEER

From tree plantings to depaving and everything in between, click here to find out about local events in your area. Volunteer with us and become a force for nature in your community.

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