Longfellow Community Wildlife Habitat Project


The Greater Longfellow Community of Minneapolis has registered to become a Certified Community Wildlife Habitat with the National Wildlife Federation. To certify as a “Wildlife Habitat” four basic elements are required: food, water, cover, and a place to raise young. We need 150 individual yards to officially certify our community, as well as four schools, and four common areas or businesses. While we are only in our second year, we already have three schools, and 40 yards that have become certified! Learn how to get started, get certified, connect with neighbors and, above all, attract wildlife to your yard. Help make our neighborhood the first Certified Community Wildlife Habitat in Minnesota!


Daniel Schultz, Project Leader

More information on the National Wildlife Federation Community Wildlife Program.