Mary Morris Vaux Walcott
Mary Vaux Walcott

Why Native Plants?

Native plants are a part of an important trophic web which has impacts both above and below the soil.

They have relationships with insects which in turn provide a bounty of food for many birds and mammals. 

They also make our soil healthier, saving water, storing carbon and restoring important underground ecologies.

Why do Host Relationships Matter?

Helena Scott, Harriet Scott

Watch Network Earth's dive into biodiversity.

Helena Scott, Harriet Scott

Dr. Doug Tallamy discusses the complex relationships plants and insects have on this fantastic episode of In Defense of Plants.