You can do it.
It is easy, exciting, and good for you.
No one will judge you, but your success will show, the birds will know, and you can crow.
Landscape design and maintenance professionals can lead the way and make all their jobs (and clients) Two Thirders. Environmental organizations and clubs can make it a collaborative and engaging effort for their boards, employees, and members to join.
It is actionable, addictive, and joyous.
How to be a Two Thirder?
This resource section will provide what you need to get going, and get really good at it.
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You are making a commitment to an easy action with visible positive environmental impact: planting two native plants for every three and swearing off pesticides.
You are joining a community of others who are helping each other to explore ever more effective, and fun, paths to success.
Check out THE LIST and see who else is Two Thirding.
There are no fees or regulations, you (and the birds) will know if you are doing it.
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