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Martha Stewart's Property To Become A Certified Wildlife Habitat

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martha.gifMartha Stewart has been busy on the green scene lately. Last Friday, as part of her Earth Day celebration, she had Josh Dorfman of The Lazy Envronmentalist on to showcase the latest in eco-friendly products. Today (April 23rd) her guest Dave Mizejewski, host on the Animal Planet’s Backyard Habitat, will designate Martha’s Bedford property as a Certified Wildlife Habitat with the National Wildlife Federation.

Martha has assisted NWF with several projects and even sells some of their books at her online store. Not one to let an honor of this sort go without some kind of project tie-in, Martha and Dave will be creating and installing nesting boxes for owls on her property. Efforts like this are what NWF hope will allow them to reach 100,000 certified habitats by year-end.

Congrats to Martha on her certification. If you’re interested in creating a wildlife habits of your own, please visit the National Wildlife Federation site for more information.

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