Audubon Society- Native Plants: Native plants for your area are listed by zip code and type i.e. shrub, tree, plant
A Way to Garden: Created by Margaret Roach, it provides information about weeds, mulch, plants, design etc. Wandering around the site can provide many new ideas and techniques for gardening.
Cornell Cooperative Extension: Find out how to test your soil, answer questions about what is wrong with a plant, and search for courses that are available in your area.
Lady Bird Johnson Wild Flower Plant Center: Can used to obtain information about your plants growing needs as well as plant ID.
Missouri Botanical Gardens Plant Finder: Plant ID and growing requirements can be found.
UConn Garden Extension Program Gardening Questions: Find out how to test your soil, answer questions about what is wrong with a plant, and search for courses that are available in your area.
Bartlett Arboretum: This is a local organization that can be a resource about our local fauna and in particular birds
Lewisboro Land Trust: Offers events with an educational emphasis including naturalist-led walks and hikes, family and children’s programs, lectures on biodiversity, high school internships, the creation of new trails, and projects that develop native plant landscapes, as well as their very popular Access Nature Program which brings the benefits of nature through experience and education to disabled and disadvantaged individuals.
Pollinator Pathway : "The Pollinator Pathway is ‘about’ looking at the earth as a massive design project and considering humanity as its own ecosystem in the Anthropocene. It is a challenge to connect the dots on fragmented landscapes, but more importantly, it is about the organization of our design: designing a better relationship between systems—such as between cities, farms and refuges. "
Westchester Land Trust : WLT works together with public and private partners to preserve land in perpetuity, and to protect and enhance the natural resources in our communities.