Washtenaw County Recognized By NWF For Green Space

Long known for its abundance of trees and green spaces, Washtenaw County has been named by the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) as a Community Wildlife Habitat, a diverse space on both public and private land for wildlife and pollinators. Washtenaw County is the first in Michigan to receive this honor and includes 400 homes, 42 common areas, and 12 schools. This NWF designation shows that Washtenaw County stands out as an area that has conserved and promoted its natural areas, for the benefit of people and wildlife alike.