Did you know that Cedars of Edina is a certified wildlife habitat?
From the certified wildlife habitat federation:
How You're Helping Wildlife
Rapid and large-scale changes to our lands and waters mean wildlife are losing the habitats they once knew. Every habitat garden is a step toward replenishing resources for wildlife such as bees, butterflies, birds, and amphibians—both locally and along migratory corridors. By adding pollinator-friendly and monarch-friendly plants when you certify, your garden also counts toward the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge.
Certified Wildlife Habitat® applicants are asked to confirm they’ve provided the required number of elements for each of the following:
Learn more here: https://www.nwf.org/Garden-for-Wildlife