Calabasas a ‘wildlife habitat’

The City of Calabasas is putting out the welcome mat for birds, butterflies and other wildlife by registering as a Community Wildlife Habitat with the National Wildlife Federation (NWF).
By joining the program, the city says it is making a long-term commitment to wildlife preservation and sustainable gardening practices, such as conserving water, removing invasive plants, planting native plants, and reducing the use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers.
“We’re very excited to be p...

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