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The mission of Restore Native Plants, Wildlife, and Landmark Structures is to conserve, protect, maintain, and preserve land, native plants and ecology, wildlife, natural resources, and historic places and landmarks, for the benefit of all; and in that connection, provide and/or support educational programs and activities for the moral and mental improvement of people and society, so that others may learn about the importance of such conservation and preservation for the longevity of the world we live in.
Since its inception, Restore Native Plants has been hugely successful in reviving the native landscape and helping local wildlife to thrive through a variety of initiatives including cleanups, invasive species removal, native plant propagation, landscaping consultations and environmental advocacy.
Restore Native Plants, Wildlife and Landmark Structures Statistics & Accomplishments
- 216 acres of natural open space saved and protected
- 41,793 native plants installed
- 81,591 invasive plants removed from 63.4 acres of natural open space
- 342 Monarch butterflies raised and released
- 25 species listed as special concern, threatened and endangered observed and reported to the NJDEP’s Division of Fish & Wildlife
RESTORE NATIVE PLANTS WILDLIFE AND LANDMARK STRUCTURES INC accepts donations. Donate Now.